On 19 July AFSA President and family farmer Michael Croft, and national coordinator Nick Rose, published their critique of the green paper for Australia’s first National Food Plan. The article, entitled The Draft National Food Plan: Putting Corporate Hunger First, has been read over 5500 times, republished widely, and received supportive comments from expert critical […]
AFSA and the Youth Food Movement today issued a call to Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Joe Ludwig, to schedule further public forums in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to allow everyone who wants to have their say on the proposed National Food Plan to be able to do so. The forum held in Melbourne […]
On 17 July 2012, the Federal Government released its green paper for a National Food Plan. The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance has made its public response to the green paper, which you can read by clicking on the link below: AFSA Media Release – Response to Green Paper
Click here to read Ros Beeby’s article covering our research report on levels of awareness of food security amongst the Australian adult population.
New research published by the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance shows that most Australians have never heard of the term ‘food security’. Only 25% of the adult population feel confident in saying what it means. Also, most Australians have no concerns about Australia’s food supply over the next several decades. These findings point to the need […]