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Food Sovereignty is a Right! No to Hunger! Yes to Dignity!
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Food Sovereignty
We came together at the Assembly through our shared understanding that we have a crisis-ridden corporate and globalised food system that is responsible for worsening social, health and climate challenges, and which is coinciding with increasing state failure in relation to regulating our food regime and ensuring much needed agrarian transformation. Climate shocks are already impacting negatively on our food system with volatile food prices, droughts, heavy rainfall and flooding. This necessitates advancing food sovereignty to ensure our food and water needs are not compromised and ordinary citizens have the means to meet food production and consumption needs on their terms in the midst of the climate crisis.

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Join the conversation around a People's Climate Justice Charter. Leading activists from trade unions, communities organisations, NGOs and faith based organisations have started the conversation, please see links to videos of the workshop (each video is a separate theme so you can share and engage with the ones that interest you).
Please share your thoughts with us and make sure your voice is heard in this process by sending your inputs to Copac2@icon.co.za.

Welcome, objectives and prayer for the Earth- youtu.be/0Ea045ns-cc

Drought, water crisis and climate change (lessions)- youtu.be/ha6FdarX8EA

What is government's approach climate, just transition and energy? - youtu.be/I1NApBut5Fc

Mining affected communities and ESKOM- youtu.be/z0VYaUvt_H0

Final thoughts and closing- youtu.be/IOepfw7TqtQ
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