[PeDAGoG] Regenerating Kurdish Ecologies through Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Economies of Care - new paper

Michel Pimbert ab4781 at coventry.ac.uk
Fri Nov 12 09:43:32 CET 2021


This paper may be of interest to you and your networks:

Regenerating Kurdish Ecologies through Food Sovereignty, Agroecology and Economies of Care. In: Stephen Hunt (Ed). Ecological Solidarity in the Kurdish Freedom Movement. Thought, Practice, Challenges, and Opportunities. London: Lexington Books, pp. 115-132.

Summary. People’s initiative to promote ecological approaches to agriculture and the re-localization of decentralized food systems are remarkable in war-torn Kurdistan. Efforts to generate Kurdish ecologies through agroecology, food sovereignty, and economies of care are uniquely based on traditions of social ecology, a rejection of patriarchal relations, and democratic confederalism.

See https://www.agroecologynow.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Regenerating-Kurdish-ecologies-Pimbert-2021.pdf

Best wishes


Professor Michel Pimbert
Professor of Agroecology and Food Politics
Institute for Sustainability, Equity and Resilience
Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR)
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