The Global People’s Food Systems Summit will gather a broad audience of rural peoples, people’s organizations, CFOs, local farmers, and Indigenous Peoples to accelerate progress towards creating more just equitable, and sustainable food systems to support those who depend on them the most. As a counter-movement to the UN Food Systems Summit, the Global People’s Summit on Food Systems aims to put the voices of the marginalized at the forefront of agenda-setting for transforming our food systems. This Summit is open to all who share its vision of transforming our world into one with zero hunger without sacrificing the health of our planet. More information can be found at https://peoplessummit.foodsov.org.
Human rights-based approach
Small-scale fishing communities benefit from recognizing the inherent dignity and the equal and inalienable human rights of all individuals. Learn how to analyze inequities and apply human rights-based approach principles to small-scale fisheries.