Food Sovereignty Ghana

A grass-roots food advocacy movement of Ghanaians both home and abroad!

Mo Ibrahim

November 19, 2015
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There should be transparency – Mo Ibrahim on GMO

There should be transparency. –Mo Ibrahim on GMOs #GDLS2015 — Joy 99.7 FM (@Joy997FM) November 19, 2015 Kudos Mo Ibrahim! @Mo_IbrahimFdn Transparency is the last thing we have when it comes to GMOs! #GDLS2015 @Joy997FM https://t.co/qmPh8ry2mn — FoodSovereigntyGhana (@FoodSovereignGH) November … Continue reading

Samia Nkrumah Addressing Press Conference  At the International Press Centre, Accra,

November 14, 2015
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CPP To Campaign Against GMO Imposition During Election 2016

— Pan-Africanist Int. (@PanAfricanists) November 14, 2015     #GMO is an external imposition to which the dominant political parties appear to be complicit. We welcome this! https://t.co/X37hQNvp4k — FoodSovereigntyGhana (@FoodSovereignGH) November 14, 2015 CPP To Campaign Against GMOs During … Continue reading

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November 10, 2015
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Court Ruling On GMO Case: Why We Intend To Appeal

Food Sovereignty Ghana organized a Press conference today to announce their intention to appeal against the ruling by the Human Rights court, Accra dismissing their application for Interlocutory Injunction on the commercial release of Bt Cowpea and GM rice. Below … Continue reading

FSG Members and supporters in court on Tuesday, 20th October,

October 21, 2015
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Ruling On Ghana’s GMO landmark Case Set For October 29th.

Sir Justice Dennis Adjei the newly appointed judge on the GMO case in Ghana presided over affairs of the high profile case for the first time this morning at the Human Rights Court set the 29th October, 2015 to give … Continue reading

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October 19, 2015
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Food Sovereignty Ghana Marks World Food Day

Food Sovereignty Ghana over the weekend took part in several activities to mark this years World Food Day in line with their objective of ensuring that wholesome food is sustainably available for Ghanaians. An important reason why we were happy … Continue reading

October 18, 2015
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New Publication: “Plant Variety Protection in Developing Countries: A Tool for Designing a Sui Generis Plant Variety Protection System: An Alternative to UPOV 1991” 15th October 2015

“Plant Variety Protection in Developing Countries: A Tool for Designing a Sui Generis Plant Variety Protection System: An Alternative to UPOV 1991” | APBREBES Authors: Carlos M. Correa (University of Buenos Aires) (main author), with contributions from Sangeeta Shashikant (Third … Continue reading