Mateusz Ciasnocha is a third-generation Polish farmer involved in a 700ha regenerative family farm business operating in northern Poland.
Review the working session of the Second Day of the UN Pre-Summit on Food Systems on July 27th 2021, held in Rome, promoted by the Vatican Covid-19 Commission together with "The Economy of Francesco" and read the testimony of Lucia Capuzzi, the moderator.
More than 100 registered participants, mainly from Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Ecuador and Peru) but also from Europe (Russia, Spain with Italy in the lead). In the first of the four Masterclasses organized by The Economy of Francesco in collaboration with the World Food Forum.
We decided to focus on degradation of agricultural soils and the challenges that farmers, especially young people and women, all over the world live such as access to education, technology and capital to support their fight against soil degradation.
On September 9, the event Access to Justice and the Rights of Indigenous Communities was held via zoom. This dialogue is part of a series of webinars being held by the village of Agriculture and Justice and on this occasion the issue of justice from a Latin American approach was presented.
"One way to fight hunger is to seek fair agriculture". An interesting interview with Lilian de Pellegrini Elias, PhD in Economic Development – Unicamp, Brazil.