@fdaghana Please, how far are we from the MANDATORY LABELLING of GM Foods in Ghana? Ghanaians have a right to know what is in their foods! — FoodSovereigntyGhana (@FoodSovereignGH) December 20, 2022
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FSG Salutes ALL Farmers & Fisherfolk on National Farmers Day 2022.
Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) joins millions of Ghanaians in celebrating the 2022 National Farmers Day. We say a big AYEEKO!! (which is congratulations in our local parlance). We fully recognize these key stakeholders of our society who are, most often … Continue reading
Food Sovereignty Ghana receives International Award!!
Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) has been recognized during the fourteenth version of the prestigious US Food Sovereignty Alliance Award as the International Prize Winner for the 2022 Food Sovereignty Prize. 2022 marks the 14th annual Food Sovereignty Prize. The Food … Continue reading
FSG Goes To Supreme Court Over UPOV Convention
Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) today, Thursday, 11th November, 2021, filed a legal suit at the Supreme Court of Ghana challenging the constitutionality of the Plant Variety Protection Act, Act 1050, 2020. In a Statement of Case filed today at the … Continue reading
FSG Statement of Case on the Plant Varieties Protection Act, 1050, 2020.
The legal suit at the Supreme Court: PVPA Writ To the Supreme Court – 11-11-2021 The Statement of Case by FSG: Plant Varieties Protection Act PVPA Statement of Case – 11-11-2021
June 1, 2021
Have you or a loved one used Roundup and have NHL or Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a type of cancer? You may be eligible for help.
The World Health Organization confirmed the link between the active ingredient in Roundup and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, which is a life-threatening condition and can cause enlarged lymph nodes – which are tumors in your neck, under arms, stomach, groin area and … Continue reading
FSG Is Meeting With Government On The Plant Breeders’ Bill
Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) is meeting with the government this Friday, 29th May 2020, on the Plant Breeders’ Bill. This follows an invitation by the Registrar-General for meeting “as a follow-up to the workshop on Ghana’s Plant Breeders’ Bill which … Continue reading
February 6, 2020
Ghana’s first GMO Court Case adjourned to February 18
Time: 1pm, at Venue: Accra Human Rights Court, Court Room 2, Second Floor, The Law Courts Complex, John Evans Atta Mills High St, Accra: https://t.co/3SpShcmiAg?amp=1 SUIT NO. HRC/43/15: Food Sovereignty Ghana & 3 ors Vs National Biosafety Committee & 4 … Continue reading
May 18, 2019
Solidarity with March Against Monsanto Accra Saturday 18th May
Solidarity with March Against Monsanto Accra Saturday 18th May Good morning, Ladies and gentlemen of the press, friends and members of Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG). I would like to start by thanking you sincerely for honouring our invitation this morning. I must also hasten … Continue reading
VICTORY!!! Court Rules In Favour Of Food Sovereignty Ghana!
Accra, 15th May, 2019 The Accra Human Rights Court has thrown out an objection challenging the jurisdiction of the court to try the case involving the authorisation of confined field trials of the first GM crops in Ghana, ruling in … Continue reading