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Common Agricultural Policy and Agroecology: Civil Society Demands Respect of Agricultural Workers' Rights!

7 days ago   |   By Slow Food

At least ten million people are employed in European agriculture every year, mainly as seasonal workers and day labourers, many of them often falling prey to widespread exploitation. Yet, this unfair and inhumane situation remains mostly invisible, leading civil society organisations across Europe to unite and demand rights and social justice for farm workers. Many of them, Slow Food included, are convinced that agroecology is the key approach for the future or European agriculture, as it respects the environment, animals and the people producing food.
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