In this short paper, we discuss the various ways in which scholars and activists of the global food economy/regime/system examine the relationships among producers, the state and capital.
China hosted African agricultural leaders for a forum to expand and deepen cooperation, investment, and trade with African agriculture over the next 3 years. And 11 project agreements were signed by government departments, international organizations, research units, and companies, adding to 115 agricultural projects that China has in two-thirds of African countries.
- Dimsums Blogspot
11 Dec 2019
Le président ivoirien Alassane Ouattara a déclaré ce mercredi à Abidjan, lors de l’ouverture officielle de la septième édition du Forum pour la révolution verte en Afrique, que la sécurisation et l’accès au foncier demeurent problématiques pour la plupart des pays africains.
- Agence Ecofin
07 Sep 2017
Vers un bouleversement des pratiques agricoles paysannes ?
Africa is seeing a new wave of colonialism as multinational corporations, aided by rich governments and financial institutions, vie to increase their control of land, seeds, water and other resources.
- Left Foot Forward
06 Mar 2015
Le lobby qui cherche à industrialiser la production alimentaire en Afrique modifie aussi la législation semencière et foncière pour qu'elle serve les intérêts de l'industrie agroalimentaire.
This article is part of a series of feature stories on land grabbing in selected countries in Asia, as part of an awareness-raising campaign on how land grabs worsen hunger, in commemoration of 'World Foodless Day' on October 16 by PAN AP and its partner organisations. (http://www.panap.net/wfd)
A report entitled "The Real Trespassers: Landgrabbing in the Name of Palm Oil in Southern Philippines" that chronicles the findings of the International Fact-Finding Mission in Opol has been released by PAN AP.
The Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas and the Asian Peasant Coalition lambasted Nakeen Corporation, a company that operates a palm oil plantation in Misamis Oriental, for spreading lies and deception during their press conference held on May 17, 2012.
Their land and means of livelihood were taken away from them, their culture trampled upon, all in the name of public-private partnerships and foreign corporate interests.
- Rural Missionaries of the Philippines
10 May 2012
The Aliansi Gerakan Reforma Agraria (AGRA), led the farmers of Pandan Lagan village to reclaim their lands in Jambi, Indonesia
- Asian Peasant Coalition
31 Mar 2012
The Asian Peasant Coalition (APC) and the Aliansi Gerakan Reforma Agraria (AGRA) strongly expresses it support to the Senyerang farmers for successfully taking back their land at Senyerang village in Tanjung Barat regency.
- Asian Peasant Coalition
20 Jan 2012