Key Goals


Chang­ing how food is pro­duced and con­sumed


Chang­ing how food is dis­trib­ut­ed


Valu­ing work and improv­ing social con­di­tions in food and agri­cul­tur­al sys­tems


Reclaim­ing the right to nat­u­ral resources and the Com­mons


Chang­ing pub­lic poli­cies gov­ern­ing our food and agri­cul­tur­al sys­tems

2. Build a com­mon under­stand­ing of food sov­er­eign­ty in Europe

• Ensure space for assess­ing, dis­cussing, iden­ti­fy­ing dif­fer­ences in our move­ment and build­ing con­sen­sus
• Cre­ate space for iden­ti­fy­ing the oppor­tu­ni­ties and chal­lenges fac­ing our move­ment

3. Devel­op a Strat­e­gy and Action Plan to strength­en and enlarge the food sov­er­eign­ty move­ment in Europe.

• Increase link­ages and con­ver­gences among dif­fer­ent ongo­ing strug­gles and con­stituen­cies with­in our move­ment
• Build con­crete, col­lec­tive alter­na­tives to the indus­tri­al mod­el of pro­duc­tion and con­sump­tion
• Cre­ate projects, cam­paigns, ini­tia­tives, strate­gies and action plans around the­mat­ic axes and across con­stituen­cies – from local to pan-Euro­pean lev­els
• Increase our vis­i­bil­i­ty: reach out to peo­ple, the pub­lic, pol­i­cy mak­ers and to the glob­al food sov­er­eign­ty move­ment
• Inspire and moti­vate peo­ple and orga­ni­za­tions from all con­stituen­cies, age groups and regions to join our move­ment with increased focus on the mobi­liza­tion of East­ern Euro­pean ini­tia­tives
• Devel­op a work­ing struc­ture to main­tain and ensure the con­ti­nu­ity of our col­lec­tive work after the Forum

4. Influ­ence and advo­cate for poli­cies that sup­port food sov­er­eign­ty in Europe

• Strug­gle for struc­tural change on food and agri­cul­ture poli­cies in the wider frame­work of food sov­er­eign­ty
• Ensure that Euro­pean and nation­al poli­cies that influ­ence food and agri­cul­ture con­tribute to the ful­fil­ment of human rights as well as social and cli­mate jus­tice at glob­al lev­el
• Con­tex­tu­alise our move­ment in the frame­work of the glob­al social move­ments and the glob­al food gov­er­nance agen­da

1. Share expe­ri­ences

• Ensure an inclu­sive space for the exchange of good prac­tices, skills and expe­ri­ences with­in our move­ment, from com­mu­ni­ty to pan-Euro­pean lev­els, based on the main the­mat­ic axes
• Map exist­ing ini­tia­tives