Lecture by Manuel González de Molina, graduate of Pablo Olavide University in Seville with a PhD in Contemporary History, and former Director-General of Ecological Agriculture in Andalusia.
This session will discuss the problem of how the global markets and oligopolies of intensive food production and distribution exclude farmers and traditional methods of handling resources. Despite efforts to incorporate the environmental dimension in their business models, in practice these are merely additive or adhesive measures that fail to permeate their fundamental premises or their conception of the very nature of agricultural production and economic growth.
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Antonio García Allut, graduate of the University of Santiago de Compostela with a PhD in Philosophy and Social (…)
10 February 2017Talks Social Movements for Health and Food Quality
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24 February 2017Talks Political Regime, Taxation and Management of Solidarity Economy Enterprises
Lecture by Íñigo Bandres, an expert on non-profit organisation management with a BS in Economics.
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Since 2014, Hilal Elver has worked to advance the universal right to food and overcome the barriers to the full (…)