Fully resist corporate monopoly control over food and agriculture;
Advocate for the establishment of compensatory funds to support communities’ capacityto address the impact of climate change;
Advance genuine agrarian, fisheries, forestry and pastoral reforms that ensure gender justice and the rights of women to land and productive resources;
Assert food self-sufficiency in our societies and stop land use conversions;
Advance the rights of indigenous peoples over ancestral land and domains as well asprotect and uphold indigenous knowledge and wisdom as basis of ecological agricultureand sustainable development;6.Defend the rights of marginalized communities, ethnic minorities and Dalits.
Stop the killings of and violence against peasants, agricultural workers, fisherfolks andindigenous peoples struggling for their peoples’ rights;
Ensure market access for the poor and marginalized people, and fair price for their harvests;
Promote local knowledge particularly the nurturing values and expand biodiversity-basedecological food production as foundation for food self-sufficiency;
Promote and support community-based seed and grain conservation systems;
Build stronger links between consumers and small food producers to promote theproduction and consumption of affordable, local, ecologically produced and safe food,and to work towards ethical consumption and sustainable lifestyles;
Protect the rights and well-being of agricultural workers and their communities, andensure fair wages for them;
Promote pro-people, farmer-led research technologies and institutions;
Resist imperialist globalization, fundamentalism, feudalism, patriarchy, militarization and,autocratic and corrupt governments, and end racial, caste and all other forms of discrimination.
Endorse the People’s Protocol on Climate Change which provides the framework of our demands for climate justice based on the principles of social justice, sovereignty, respectfor the environment, gender justice and, responsibility and call for an economic systemthat is sovereign, socially just, democratic and ecologically sustainable.We claim our right and, the right of all excluded and marginalized people, to restore and recover the regenerative ability of nature by reorienting our methods of production, consumption andmarketing. We deviate from the present destructive processes of greedy exploitation of humansand nature to ensure the long-term survival of all life forms. We endeavor to heal the earth.We call for the people’s right to food and uphold People’s Convention on Food Sovereignty* asthe sustainable framework for food production and distribution, and for national and internationaltrade and investment policies.
Reference: Sarojeni V. RengamPAN Asia and the PacificP.O. Box 1170, 10850, Penang, MalaysiaContact Number: +604 657 0271 or +604 656 0381Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.panap.net