World Forum on Food Sovereignty - Nyéléni 2007
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Nyéléni 2007 – World Forum on Food Sovereignty will be held in Mali on 23–27 February 2007. The meeting will bring together 600 delegates from five continents to reaffirm the right to food sovereignty and to begin an international drive to reverse the worldwide decline in local community production of food. The forum has been organised by an alliance of social movements – including Friends of the Earth International, Via Campesina, the World March of Women, the Network of Farmers’ and Producers’ Organisations of West Africa (ROPPA), the World Forum of Fish Harvesters and Fish Workers (WFF) and the World Forum of Fisher Peoples (WFFP) – who took a deliberate decision to hold it in Africa.

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Synthesis Report of Nyéléni 2007
This report provides a summary of the six pillars of food sovereignty, a resume of the discussions in the thematic working groups, a summary of the joint actions that were proposed to take and some examples of the actions proposed by Regions and Sectors.
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Declaration of Nyéléni
More than 500 representatives from more than 80 countries have gathered together in the village of Nyéléni in Selingue, Mali to strengthen a global movement for food sovereignty.
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First conclusions of the World Forum on Food Sovereignty
The first conclusions of the working groups of the World Forum on Food Sovereignty were revealed on Saturday, at a plenary session where all the delegates that are taking part in the forum were present.
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