The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance represents the interests of small scale agroecological farmers and eaters through policy recommendations across a broad spectrum of government activities. Our submissions cover many different topics and categories relating to food production, distribution and consumption.

You can also read AFSA’s original Peoples’ Food Plan, released in 2013 in response to the Federal Government’s National Food Plan (now disbanded). In 2023, AFSA will release a revised Peoples’ Food Plan as a policy framework for local, state and federal government to enact food and agricultural transformation towards food sovereignty.

Read articles about submissions AFSA has written