Do you feel the need to change agriculture in Europe too? Join the Good Food Good Farming European Days of Action
Do you want to be part changing the European food and farming sector for good? Join the European Days of Action Good Food Good Farming. The Good Food Good Farming (GFGF) network calls on everyone across Europe to grab your pots and pans, pitchforks and wheelbarrows and organise demonstrations, protests, picnics, markets, festivals and all kinds of creative actions between 1 and 31 October 2019.
As the new European Parliament and Commission start their work, and national governments take important decisions on the reform of the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), it’s our moment to rise for policies that respect the rights of people and the planet. So, let’s go even bigger, bolder and more colourful in 2019!
What can you do?
- Organise your own action;
- Share the GFGF video with the call to action in various languages within your networks and on social media;
- Tweet, message & share using #GoodFoodGoodFarming and tag @GFGFActionDays;
- Fill in the GFGF postcards with your demand for the future of the European food and farming system that will be handed to the new Members of the European Parliament in October.
In case you are planning your own event between 1 and 31 October, inform guenther [at] goodfoodgoodfarming.eu (guenther [at] goodfoodgoodfarming.eu) so it can be shared with a wider audience. You can use online banners, posters and other materials to promote your event.
Need inspiration? Have a look at the Flash Back of 2018 to get inspired by more than 60 actions in 19 European countries. For questions and/or any further support you might need, please get in touch with guenther [at] goodfoodgoodfarming.eu (guenther [at] goodfoodgoodfarming.eu).
We are looking forward to seeing many of you join the action days!
“The Good Food Good Farming network calls on you to demand change in food and farming”
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