European Coordination Via Campesina (ECVC)
Coordination Européenne Via Campesina
Coordinadora Europea Via Campesina
Europäische Koordination Via Campesina
Coordenadora Européia Via Campesina
Europese Vereniging Via Campesina
Coordenadora Europea Via Campesina
1986, as European Farmers Coordination – Coordination paysanne européenne (CPE) – Coordinadora Campesina Europea – Europäische Bauern-Koordination – Coordenadora Agricola Européia – Europese Boeren Vereniging – Coordenadora Labrega Europea – Europako Nekazarien Kordinakundea – Sambandet av Europeiske Bonder. Enlarged and launched under current title, Jun 2008.
Change the present framework of the European agriculture policy, presently linked with the international trade rules (WTO) of 1994 into the food sovereignty framework, which responds to food, climate and biodiversity challenges; maintain sustainable family farms in all regions of Europe to ensure food security, quality food production and respect for the environment; maintain strong rural communities; ensure fair farm prices; stop the concentration in bigger farms; develop new rules for international trade.
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Coordination Committee of 10 members.
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