AFSA joins university students in urging Australian higher education institutions to implement sustainable food policies that support and encourage local, sustainable, ethical and fair procurement.
The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA), supported by the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA), express our strongest opposition to the forced removal of Aboriginal peoples from their communities, as proposed by the Western Australian government.
The proposed multi-million dollar expansion of Kernot Dairy, owned by the Chinese corporation Ningbo, is raising the ire of farmers and local residents in Gippsland on a day that commemorates the struggle of small farmers internationally.
AFSA and the Victorian Farmers Markets Association have today released a joint public statement, calling on the Victorian Government to work with AFSA, VFMA and small producers to engage in open and constructive discussions about how to support the rapidly emerging local and fair food economy in Victoria. Public statement – Cancellation of Regulator-Producer Forum […]
It’s finally arrived! Australia’s first feature-length documentary, telling the stories of our fair food pioneers.