Celebrate food and farming in Wageningen, the Netherlands! Food4all is a festival that takes you on a journey through sustainable family farming, agro-ecology and the right to food. The Food4All festival is a critical supplement to the “Food4you festival”. The festival seeks to provide a critical perspective on global food security, and give voice sustainable alternatives.
Public lecture: Land grabs and the Right to Food. How does mining relate to food production? Which tools are available to protect the right to food? With Claire Améyo Quenum (Togo, General secretary of the African Network on the Right to Food a.o.) and Nikita Shahbazi (FIAN Netherlands).
Expert panel: Feeding the world, a different logic. The debate rages on the best way to feed the world's growing population. Tonight we explore the principles and practices of concepts such as agro-ecology and food sovereignty as a way forward. With Steve Sherwood (co-founder of Groundswell International a.o.), Jan-Douwe van der Ploeg (professor of Rural Sociology at WUR a.o.), Frank Verhoeven (founder Boerenverstand a.o.), Edith Lammerts van Bueren (chair Scientific committee for integrated sustainable agriculture and food a.o.). Moderator: Sophie Derkzen. Reception afterwards.
Regional farmers’ market and autumn dinner feast. Get your supply of fresh, organic goodies directly from local farmers and enjoy creatively cooked plates. Taste local cheese, meat, vegetables, bread, honey, juice, and beer. Did you know that all these products are grown in Wageningen and around? Enjoy the nice atmosphere with local beer, live music, discussion, local producers, farmers and more. Dinner can be reserved here (optional).
Dutch premiere: Crops of the Future. After "The World according to Monsanto" and "Our daily poison", Marie-Monique Robin offers us an encouraging study of agroecology and the solutions to our planet's food crisis. How to feed the world in 2050? Through agroecology practices. While reminding us that one sixth of humanity still goes hungry today, and analysing the reasons for this, her film demonstrates that the situation is far from irrevocable, so long as we're prepared to modify the current agricultural paradigm and rethink our management and organisation of the food chain. Organised jointly with SOS Faim (Belgium). In French with English subtitles.