Food Sovereignty in the Asia Pacific: National Stories, Regional Aspirations

February 25, 2022 |

This publication scopes out confluences for advocating for food sovereignty in the Asia Pacific. By surfacing the individual contexts and practices of Sri Lanka, Nepal, the Philippines, Indonesia and Palestine, the paper aims to identify effective strategies for policy and advocacy engagement with relevant regional institutions and international mechanisms. The paper hopes to contribute to regional literature toward the articulation of a radical transformation of the food system that’s good for people and the planet.

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