Food should be a human right. A right to food protects the fundamental liberty for all individuals to feed themselves with dignity. The right to food should be supported in ways that allow all individuals to have the means and freedom to access food that is quantitatively and qualitatively adequate to meet the individual’s dietary needs and correspond to the cultural traditions of the people that the individual belongs to. Traditional farming practices and new technological innovations are two different concepts at the first glance. In this session, they are coming together to understand how they can both support local food sovereignty and global food security, in the era of the climate crisis.
In the months preceding the GLF, participating organizations and individuals will connect, share, learn and act around five themes:
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