A lot of the discourse surrounding Sri Lanka's move to legislated organic farming, attempts to frame organic farming as inefficient and dangerous to the security of working people. We believe the opposite is happening....
Our Leadership Forum Session “Why aren’t more farmers converting to organic? How to (p)reach (to) the not-yet-convinced?“ will deepen on the necessary measures governments, organisations, enterprises and farmers must consider to ease a transition to sustainable practices that can nourish our world.
I’m here today to share the views of farmers, fishers, herders, ranchers and pastorales who are diverse in the ways they operate and produce food and have been participating in the UN Food Systems Summit process.
INOFO North America shared the challenges and successes of BIPOC and marginalized farmers before and during the COVID-19 crisis.
INOFO and IFOAM LA held an independent dialogue on "Healthy food systems that are closer to small agroecological producers in Latin America”
The INOFO Asia Independent dialogue was held on June 15 with around 70 participants from Asian countries namely India, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Pacific.
INOFO President, Ms Shamika Mone gave the solidarity support from the Inter-continental Network of Organic farmers Organisations.
As part of INOFO’s independent dialogues across five continents to present a position of the global organic farmers to the UNFSS.