Food Sovereignty Ghana

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

Front row L-R Ras Zewu, Edwin Baffour, George Tetteh Wayoe, Samia Yaba Nkrumah, Bright Awketey.
Back row L-R Pascal Kudiabor (PFAG), Ras Aswad, Jonathan Welberg(Assistant to Bright)

July 10, 2019
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Supreme Court rules in favour of Food Sovereignty Ghana!

Accra, July 9, 2019 Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) appeared before the Supreme Court today in a case in which one of the defendants sought to challenge a High Court ruling on the court’s jurisdiction to hear a petition brought before … Continue reading

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July 6, 2019
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GMO Case Goes To The Supreme Court

Ghana’s landmark GMO Court case in which Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) is suing the government of Ghana over the commercialization of genetically modified Bt cowpeas and GM rice goes to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, the 9th of July, 2019, … Continue reading

FSG in Court 2nd April

March 7, 2019
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GMO Court Case: Hearing On March 11

  GMO Court Case: Hearing On March 11 by Food Sovereignty Ghana, March 7, 2019  Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) appears before the Accra Human Rights High Court on Monday, 11 March 2019, over the first GMO case in Ghana, in which … Continue reading

November 1, 2018
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GMO Court Case Faces Another Hurdle

Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) appeared before the Human Rights Court in Accra on Wednesday October 31st 2018, for the continuation of the case, Food Sovereignty Ghana & 3 ors Vs National Biosafety Committee & 4 ors, against the commercialisation of … Continue reading

FSG in Court 2nd April

March 28, 2018
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Appeals Court dismisses motion in favour of Food Sovereignty Ghana  

Accra, Wednesday, 28th March. An Appeals Court in Accra has dismissed a motion filled by the counsel for the fifth defendants, the Ghana National Association of Farmers & Fisherfolk (GNAFF) for a stay of proceedings. Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) appeared before … 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

FSG in Court 2nd April

October 13, 2015
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Court Case Against Commercialisation GM Rice and Bt Cowpeas Postponed

The Human Rights Division of the High Court in Accra was scheduled to reconvene the case submitted by lead plaintiffs Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) seeking an injunction on the commercialization and release of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) in Ghana on … Continue reading

FSG in Court 2nd April

October 11, 2015
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Ghana’s Landmark GMO Case Reconvenes on Monday 12 October

The Human Rights Division of the High Court in Accra is scheduled to reconvene the case submitted by lead plaintiffs Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) seeking an injunction on the commercialization and release of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) in Ghana on … Continue reading

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July 28, 2015
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USAID Promotes Massive Risk, Calls It Biosafety Education

USAID continues its efforts to deceive Ghanaians, Nigerians, and the citizens of all the developing world with its attempts to persuade people that genetically engineered crops are safe. The health effects of genetically engineered (GE) crops, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), are … Continue reading