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7 January 2018, by mcoul
Open Letter to African Biodiversity Regulators Do not let Africans be used as guinea pigs for new, untested, high-risk GM technology
The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa calls for an immediate ban on the import into South Africa of Monsanto’s second-generation genetically modified (GM) corn intended for human consumption. AFSA rejects and condemns the US company Monsanto’s plan to exploit millions of Africans as unintentional human guinea pigs for their latest genetic engineering Read More
6 January 2018, by mcoul
As part of the commemorative celebrations of its 10th anniversary, the Nyeleni de Selingué International Training Center for Farmer Agroecology (CIFAN) was full of people from 22 countries in Africa, Asia, America and Europe. September to October 1st. They were mainly peasants, researchers and advocates of the peasant agricultural world to take stock of the 10 years of struggle for agroecology.
As a reminder in 2007, peasants, pastors, fishermen, women and young people from all over came Read More