Statements against the 3th RoundTable on Responsible Soy

Report critisizing third conference
Action against third conference
Statement from GRR against third conference
[img_assist|nid=153|title=Protest at RTRS2 in Paraguay|desc=|link=node|align=left|width=150|height=98]Over 200 organisations from North and South condemn Roundtable for Responsible Soy as 'corporate greenwash'. (See below for full list.)

Tomorrow, 23rd April 2008, the Third Round Table for Responsible Soy ConferenceThe global RTRS Conference is entitled "Responsible Soy: Food, Feed and Fuel to a Future world". Members include soy agribusiness groups, biofuel and oil companies, finance institutes and a number of NGOs, including WWF and Conservation International. For a list of members, and official documents of the RTRS, see http://www.responsiblesoy.org/. will be opening in Buenos Aires, a city currently shrouded in smoke from nearly 300 fires linked to soya expansion.A satellite image of the fires in Argentina, taken on 18th April, can be found at
http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/natural_hazards_v2.php3?....
The Argentinean Interior Minister has confirmed that most of the fires are the direct result of high soya prices. Argentina's current fires come just six months after the worst ever fires in Paraguay, which were also linked to soya expansion, and which extended into northern Argentina, Bolivia and southern Brazil. Earlier this year, the Brazilian government confirmed a significant increase in fires and deforestation in the Amazon basin, also linked to high soya prices.

The civil society declaration against the Third Roundtable for Responsible Soy (RTRS) warns "agribusiness is responsible for the devastation of our soils, deforestation, contamination of rivers and aquifers, biodiversity loss, and the plunder the natural and cultural heritage which once supported our communities". It stresses that the soya industry is inherently unsustainable and warns that that any certification of 'sustainable soya' will be nothing other than 'corporate greenwash'.

Other coalitions, including the Global Forest Coalition and Friends of the Earth International (find attached), have also rejected the process of the Roundtable for Responsible Soya. Several UK companies, including Greenergy International, BP, Marks and Spencer and Somerfield are members of the RTRS.

Jorge Rulli of the Argentinean Grupo de Reflexion Rural states: "The smoke in from the fires is choking Buenos Aires and creating a sense of 'apocalypse now' suitable for the opening of the Roundtable for Responsible Soy. With the soybean prices at $500 per ton, the oilseed is like a bulldozer which takes away everything: Territories preserved for their value for tourism, livestock, thousands of beehives. Everything is burning in the great fire of the new gods of the global market. Once again, the smoke in Buenos Aires demonstrates that soya monocultures are responsible for death, fires and devastation."

Almuth Ernsting of Biofuelwatch, UK, warns: "The RTRS plans to certify 'sustainable soya' is a dangerous attempt at making the expansion of soya, including for biofuels, politically acceptable. The British government and the European Union are using such roundtables in order to push through policies which will greatly expand the biofuel industry and thus Europe's demand for soya. Instead of greenwash, we need real demand reduction for soya, which means an EU moratorium on agrofuels and policies which end Europe's unsustainable consumption rates of meat and dairy and our reliance on soya imports for animal feed. We call on those NGOs which have joined the RTRS to resign their membership."

In Paraguay, some 9,000 rural households a year are being displaced by soya, and some 200,000 rural families in Argentina have already lost their land for the same reasons, and many of them have been violently evicted.
Soya monocultures, many of them GM soya, are linked to high food prices and the loss of food sovereignty, to high agrochemical use which causes serious health impacts, including deaths, biodiversity losses, high greenhouse gas emissions and the pollution of water and soil. They are also linked to severe soil erosion and freshwater depletion which is threatening to turn some of the world's most fertile land into desert.

Notes:
For a copy of the Global Forest Coalition's press release about the RTRS, see http://www.globaljusticeecology.org/connections.php?ID=109.
More background on www.aseed.net and the (ir)responsible soy section on this site.
Background article from RAPAL Argentina (Spanish) attached

STATEMENT – MARCH 2008

FOR A THIRD TIME WE REJECT THE FALLACY OF RESPONSIBLE SOY

SOCIAL JUSTICE, INDIGENOUS AND RURAL ORGANISATIONS AND URBAN MOVEMENTS OF ARGENTINA, LATIN AMERICA AND OTHER CONTINENTS REJECT THE “THIRD ROUNDTABLE ON RESPONSIBLE SOY”[i] TO BE HELD ON APRIL 23 AND 24 AT THE HILTON HOTEL, BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA.

Agribusiness is responsible for the devastation of our soils, deforestation, contamination of rivers and aquifers, biodiversity loss, and the plunder of the natural and cultural heritage which once supported our communities. The expansion of soybean monoculture threatens the territorial, cultural and food sovereignty of countries as well as the rights of the Indigenous and rural communities. Soy agribusiness excludes, impoverishes and weakens the population. This industrial agricultural model violates economic, social, cultural and environmental rights and, as it expands, its destructive methods of operation wipe out everything in its path, resulting in rural migration, marginalisation of rural populations, and ultimately the criminalisation of the poor and social movements.

In spite of this, the soy agroindustry is actually expanding and becoming stronger through the growing markets for processed foods, industrial livestock farming, and the production of agrofuel crops that will purportedly ‘save us from climate change’. The reality is that the hidrovias (waterways) which are part of IIRSA[ii] are expanding, new rail networks are appearing, more GM crops are being grown and more pesticides and machinery is being imported to speed up the land clearing process.

Agribusiness expands more and more, and many European Governments respond to criticisms and complaints about the current situation in our countries by blindly and naively trusting WWF´s [World Wildlife Fund] Round Tables for Sustainable Business. We are dismayed that they are following it as being successful examples, specifically towards the creation of new legal criteria for the sustainable production of biofuels[iii]. By doing this the EU Governments will fall into the trap of corporate greenwashing.

Social movements from the North and the South reject outright all attempts by corporations and NGOs to mobilize public opinion in support of their notion of sustainable or responsible GM soy monoculture[iv]. We disapprove of the projects of corporate social responsibility (CSR) that, through roundtable dialogues and voluntary measures, attempt to cover up the crimes committed by the corporations. Through CSR, corporations try to usurp the State and create private social policy making.

We resist the agribusiness model of neo-colonial domination and the way in which corporations systematically misrepresent distort many of our own social movement discourses and statements. We denounce the corporate greenwashing of the niche market of certification.

In March 2005, rural and environmental organisations from the Southern Cone, including Via Campesina from Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil came together at Foz de Iguazu to denounce the First Roundtable on Responsible Soy[v]. Simultaneously, Dutch activists demonstrated outside the headquarters of the fodder industry PROVIMI in the harbour of Rotterdam[vi]. In 2006, the Paraguayan social movements, urban and rural organisations, demonstrated against the Second Roundtable on Sustainable Soy which took place in Asuncion[vii]. Recently Via Campesina Paraguay rejected publicly an attempt to involve them without their consent in the greenwash of Responsible Soy[viii].

Due to all that is stated above, we reject once again the corporate project led by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), and including the soy agribusiness groups AAPRESID[ix] from Argentina, ABIOVE[x], MAGGI and APROSOJA from Brazil, DAP from Paraguay, Bunge and Cargill from the United States, the ABN-AMRO Bank from Holland, and the NGOs, FUNDAPAZ from Argentina, GUYRA (Birdlife) from Paraguay, Solidaridad from the Netherlands, amongst others.

We ratify once again our commitment to a united struggle for the Food Sovereignty of our people and to confront any attempted misinformation and seducement from the agribusiness. We demand the liberation of our territories from these criminal agribusiness companies and justice for all the victims of soy agribusiness!

WHERE THERE ARE MONOCULTURES THERE CAN’T BE SUSTAINABILITY!
WHERE THERE IS AGRIBUSINESS, CAMPESINOS CANNOT LIVE!

CONTACTS

Argentina: rtierra@infovia.com.ar, Tel. +54 220 4773 545, info@chaya.com.ar

Paraguay: javierarulli@yahoo.com, Tel.+59521 451217

Holanda: nina@corporateeurope.org, Tel. +31-20-6127023, an@aseed.net, Tel.+31-20-668-2236

Dinamarca: stella.semino@mail.dk, Tel. + 4546325328

FOOTNOTES and links to more information
[i] http://www.responsiblesoy.org/

[ii] Integration of Regional Structural Infrastructure in South America (IIRSA) is constructing a 4200km-long industrial waterway from Bolivia to Uruguay for the export of primary materials including soya. Road and rail networks are planned to feed goods into this system. This will impact extensively on the natural areas, the indigenous and other communities in its path.

[iii] This is confirmed by the new participants in the Roundtable: Shell International;BP International LtD;Carrefour Brasil;Greenergy International;Glencore Grain B.V.;Neste Oil;COOP;ED&F Man France;US Soybean Export Council;Wheb Biofuels;Cert ID Certificadora LTDA; Royal Dutch Grain and Feed Trade Association http://www.responsiblesoy.org/eng/index.htm

[iv] Open Letter to Support the Iguazú Counter Conference: No Greenwash for the soy industry! 28 February 2005. ASEED, XminY http://prod.biotech.indymedia.org/es/topic/soy2005/archive.shtml

[v] Counterconference of Iguazu. 16-18 /03/ 2008. http://www.grr.org.ar/iguazu/

[vi] Direct action in Provimi - animal feed company : "No Soy for Factory Farming!"Holland, March 16 2005. Organised by ASEED. http://prod.biotech.indymedia.org/es/2005/03/4101.shtml

[vii] The Soy Model in Paraguay: Irresponsible, unsustainable, opressive. June 2006, Paraguay. http://www.grr.org.ar/ceparaguay/

[viii] 28 February 2008. Declaration by ViaCampesina Paraguay against the Roundtable for Sustainable Soy

[ix] AAPRESID started in 1988 with funds of Monsanto http://www.cababstractsplus.org/fts/Uploads/PDF/20023109946.pdf and http://www.aapresid.org.ar/

[x] Abiove represents 17 oil companies, amongst them group Andre Maggi, Bunge, Cargill and Louis Dreyfus and Imcopa.

FINAL LIST OF SIGNATURES, april 20 below and in attachment

Organizaciones que adhieren a la Declaración contra la 3era Mesa Redonda de Soja Sustentable

Organizations supporting the Declaration against the 3rd Round Table on Responsible Soy
20-4-2008

A. ORGANISATIONS- ORGANIZACIONES

Agrupacion ecologica Jose "Chico" Mendes mlg3934@yahoo.com.mx
1.
Agrupacion Estudiantil Martin Fierro-Argentina- victormanuelmarino@gmail.com
2.
Agrupación Soberanía Popular (Argentina) amzi@ciudad.com.ar
3.
AMAR - Associação de Defesa do Meio Ambiente de Araucária – Paraná- Brasil defesaambiental@gmail.com
4.
Amis de la Terre France helene.gassie@wanadoo.fr
5.
Anthra INDIA- sagari.ramdas@gmail.com
6.
APDH- Asamblea Permanente de Derechos Humanos- Delegación Bariloche, Argentina,
7.
juliograce@ciudad.com.ar
8. APROMAC - Associação de Proteção ao Meio Ambiente de Cianorte - estado do Paraná, Brasil
zu.terra@terra.com.br
9. ASAGRAPA- Asociación de Agricultores de Alto Paraná, Paraguay, asagrapa@yahoo.com
10. Asamblea del pueblo de Alvear-Mendoza, cristina.mandale@gmail.com
11. Assemblea Pagesa de Catalunya (The Catalonian Farmers Association)info@assembleapagesa.cat
12. ASEED-EUROPA Action for Solidarity, Environment, Equity and Diversity, Holanda, flip@aseed.net
AGRUPACION RAUL SCALABRINI ORTIZ Azul Argentina- ardeluca2000@yahoo.com.ar
13.
ASK- Arbeitsgruppe Schweiz-Kolumbien (Grupo de Trabajo Suiza Colombia), Suiza, stephansuhner@gmx.ch
14.
Asociación Ayllu - Para La Gestión Comunitaria Del Sustento Y Del Conocimiento Asociado
15.
Gladysmarcospaz@Hotmail.Com
Asociacion Ambientalista GUERREROS VERDES A.C Mexico kahnela@hotmail.com
16.
Asociacion civil vida-Argentina- asociacion_civil_vida@yahoo.com.ar
17.
ACPO - Associação de Combate aos Poluentes Santos- Brasil jeffer@acpo.org.br
18.
Asociación Ecológica de Lanas, Argentina, elcheviveenbenru@hotmail.com
19.
Asociación Ecologista Piuke, Argentina, ecopiuke@bariloche.com.ar
20.
Asociación San Francisco de Asís. Provincia de Buenos Aires asociacionsanfranciscodeasis@telpin.com.ar
21.
ATTAC – ARGENTINA, mesaludas@yahoo.com.ar
22.
Base Investigaciones Sociales, Paraguay, javierarulli@yahoo.com
23.
Biofuelwatch, Gran Bretaña, almuth@ernsting.wanadoo.co.uk
24.
Bios Argentina Bios_Argentina@Yahoo.Com
25.
BUKO-Kampagne gegen Biopiraterie, Alemania, info@biopiraterie.de
26.
CAPOMA- Centro de Accion Popular Olga Marquez de Aredez, Argentina, oscarlaumonte@yahoo.com.ar
27.
Carbon trade watch, Netherlands tamra@tni.org
28.
Catedra de Soberania Alimentaria UNLP Argentina soberania_alimentaria@yahoo.com.ar
29.
Centre de recerca e informació en consum (CRIC) Barcelona alvarop@pangea.org
30.
Centro de Investigación y Formación de los Movimientos Sociales Latinoamericanos, Argentina,
31.
claudia.korol@gmail.com
Centro De Referência Do Movimento Da Cidadania Pelas Águas Florestas E Montanhas
32.
IguassuItereis.Lourencinho@Uol.Com.Br
Centre for Organisation Research and Education Indigenous Peoples organisation, accredited to ECOSOC
33.
anarchive.anon@gmail.com
CERI - Centro de Estudios Rurales Interdisciplinarios - ceri@cmm.com.py
34.
Centro de Estudios sobre Tecnologías Apropiadas de la Argentina javierrapal@yahoo.com.ar
35.
CEO-Corporate Europe Observatory, Holanda, nina@corporateeurope.org
36.
CEPPAS – CIAP Argentina soledad@ceppas.org
37.
CEPRONAT- Centro de Protección de la Naturaleza, Argentina, cpronat@yahoo.com.ar
38.
Chaya Colectivo de Comunicación Cooperativa, Argentina, info@chayar.com.ar
39.
Chacabuco sustentable Argentina- santiagomuhape@hotmail.com
40.
CNOCIP- Central Nacional de Organizaciones Campesinas, Indígenas y Populares, Paraguay,
41.
cnocip@quanta.com.py
COAS-Consejeros en Agricultura Sostenible, Brasil, juquira@cpovo.net
42.
CODES (Comunidad y Desarrollo Sustentable) Paraguay ongcodes@codes.org.py
43.
COECOCEIBA-Amigos de la Tierra Costa Rica gavitza@racsa.co.cr
44.
COLECTIVO DE COLOMBIANOS REFUGIADOS EN ASTURIAS "Luciano Romero Molina"
45.
javier.o@telecable.es
Coletivo de Mulheres Trabaladorasa Rurais do Estado Maranhão(CMTR-MA)nataliasorny@ig.com.br
46.
Colectivo de Solidaridad por la Justicia y la Dignidad de los Pueblos vpj@inicia.es
47.
CONAMURI- Coordinadora Nacional de Mujeres Trabajadores Rurales e Indígenas-Vía Campesina, Paraguay,
48.
conamuri@rieder.net.py
Dritte-Welt-Kreis Panama e.V. Germany panamapaul@t-online.de
49.
Earthlife Africa eThekwini, Cape Town and Johannesburg branches in South Africa black@ispace.co.z
50.
Ecología y crecimiento con organización solidaria. De saladillo, Buenos Aires,ecosdesaladillo@yahoo.com.ar
51.
Ecologistas en Acción, España, agroecologia@ecologistasenaccion.org
52.
ECO Consumers Ethiopia gbirega@gmail.com
53.
Ecoportal, Argentina nabad@ecoportal.net
54.
EcoSalud-Tucumán-Argentina saludeco@hotmail.com
55.
Eco Sitio de Villa María, prov. de Córdoba comunica@eco-sitio.com.ar
56.
Edmonds Institute-EEUU- beb@igc.org
57.
Ekologistak Martxan-Spain- mantxo@yahoo.com
58.
Equipo de Educación Popular- Pañuelos en Rebeldía, Argentina, claudia.korol@gmail.com
59.
fair-fish, Switzerland hps@fair-fish.ch
60.
Focus on the Global South (Thailand, India, Philippines) n.bullard@focusweb.org
61.
FDCL - Centro de Investigación y Documentación Chile-América Latina,Alemania, info@fdcl-berlin.de
62.
FM ALAS, Argentina, alas@elbolson.com
63.
Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policyeholtgim@foodfirst.org
64.
Foro por la Salud y el Medio Ambiente de Vicente López rmarcer@ciudad.com.ar
65.
Fundación Uñopatún-Carmen de Patagones- unopatun@rnonline.com.ar
66.
Fundación BIOS, Argentina, silvanabujan@yahoo.com.ar
67.
Fundacion Ecologica FECOTUR, Ecuador, jhidalgo_50@yahoo.com
68.
Fundación Juquira Candiru, Brasil, juquira@cpovo.net
69.
Fundación Uñopatún, Argentina, unopatun@rnonline.com.ar
70.
GEDEBAM Grupo de Estudos e Defesa dos Ecossistemas do Amazonas vivaldo.reis@gmail.com
71.
Gesellschaft zur Rettung der Delphine, Germany info@delphinschutz.org
72.
Gesellschaft für Bedrohte Völker (Society for Threatened Peoples) Germany k.veigt@gfbv.de
73.
Global Justice Ecology Project rsmolker@uvm.edu
74.
GLOBAL 2000/Friends of the Earth Austria jens@global2000.at
75.
Grain, Argentina, carlos@grain.org
76.
Grant Rahme, grantunit@vodamail.co.za
77.
Grassroots International U.S. info@grassrootsonline.org
78.
Grupo de Reflexion Rural, contacto@grr.org.ar
79.
Grupo López Jordán Mesa Directiva Provincial-Entre Ríos fpventrerios@hotmail.com
80.
Grupo Mamangava, Brasil, defesa@defesabiogaucha.org
81.
Grupo Motim De Teatro, Cariacica-Es-Brasilanarkiisto@anarkopagina.org
82.
Iconoclasistas-Argentina-iconoclasistas@gmail.com
83.
Iterei- Refúgio Particular De Animais Nativos -Brasil- s.lourencinho@uol.com.br
84.
Komitee gegen den Vogelmord e.V., Germany, a.heyd@komitee.de
85.
Kooperation Brasilien Germany
86.
La Red de Educadores Ambientales de la Argentina
87.
Lasojamata, an@aseed.net
88.
Maderas Del Pueblo Del Sureste,Ac "La Victoria Será Nuestra" Chiapas Mexico, m_a_zules@hotmail.com
89.
MAP-Movimiento Agrario y Popular, Paraguay, agrariopopular@yahoo.es
90.
Makondos, Spain, makon_2@yahoo.es
91.
Mesa de Trabajo Fiske Menuco, Argentina, mesadetrabajo_fiskemenuco@yahoo.com.ar
92.
Movimiento Antinuclear del Chubut (MACH) pablolada@yahoo.com
93.
Movimiento de Mujeres en Lucha, Argentina, mujlucha@latinmail.com
94.
Munlochy Vigil, Gran Bretaña, jacko@roskill.fsnet.co.uk
95.
96. Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy, www.folkecenter.net/gb
97. NOVO MundusNET Argentina www.TVMundus.com.ar ddocampo@consultoramundus.com.ar
98. NOAH -Amigos de la Tierra, Dinamarca, bente@noah.dk
99. OATI-Centro de Orientação Ambiental Terra Integrada - Jundiaí - Brasil marciacarneiroleao@terra.com.br
100. Observatorio de Conflictividad Social y Laboratorio de Comunicación, Agite Después de Usar Argentina
agite@riseup.net
101. Ökumenischer Arbeitskreis "Christen & Ökologie"christenundoekologie@email.de
102. Pastoral Social Alto Valle, Argentina, pastoralsocial@ciudad.com.ar
103. Pierre Nibaudeau Montmorillon France nibaudeau.pierre@wanadoo.fr
104. Plataforma Transgènics Fora alactiv@gmail.com
105. Proyecto de Extensión "Por una nueva economía" lafferr@speedy.com.ar
106. Proyecto Gran Simio (GAP/PGS - España), nautilusmar@yahoo.es
107. PROYECTO CULTURA Y SOLIDARIDAD. España. pcysavila@terra.es
108. Proyecto Kogaty porâ - Diócesis de San Juan Bautista".joesilpe@hotmail.com
109. RAN-Rain Forest Action Network, USA, andrea@ran.org
110. Rapalmira, RAP-AL Colombia rapalmira@telesat.com.co
111. RAPAL Uruguay rapaluy@chasque.net
112. RECAB Asociación Red Colombiana de Agricultura biológica recabantioquia@yahoo.es
113. Revista Herramienta, Argentina
128. Terræ Organização da Sociedade Civil- Brasil -s.lourencinho@uol.com.br
129. The Afrika-Europa Network, Netherlands Mafr.Cor@Planet.Nl
130. The Ethical Co-op and Earth Worker gwencurrie@gmail.com
131. Tierra Viva Cochabamba, Bolivia jocelijn_francois@yahoo.com.ar
132. Transnational Institute Netherlands, tamra@tni.org
133. Unión de Asambleas Ciudadanas (UAC)
134. Veterinarios Sin Fronteras, España, ferran.garcia@veterinariossinfronteras.org
135. Vóór de Verandering (Time for change) Netherlands (www.globalternatives.nl)
136. Wayuumunsurat, de colombia wayuumunsurat@yahoo.com
137. Xarxa de l'Observatori del Deute en la Globalització, Catalonia, Spanish State monica.vargas@odg.cat
138. X minus Y Solidarity Fund, Netherlands (www.x-y.org)

B. FEDERACIONES- NETWORKS

ARGENTINA

1.Asamblea Comarcal contra el Saqueo, Argentina, casiopea@elbolson.com
2.Asamblea Coordinadora Patagonica contra el Saqueo y la Contaminación luisclaps@gmail.com
3.Foro Ambientalista de Santiago robertorabelllo@ciudad.com.ar
4.Movimiento Pueblos que Laten de la Pcia de BsAs encuentrodepueblos@gmail.com
5.RENACE- Red Nacional Ecologista, http://www.renace.net, cmanessi@gigared.com

BRASIL

1. FASE/ES-Federação de Órgãos para Assistência Social e Educacional, fasees@terra.com.br
2. Pastoral da Juventude Rural do Brasil- PJR- Organizção campesina de jovens, dartora@gmail.com
3. VIA CAMPESINA BRASIL
Movimento das Mulheres Camponesas - MMC
Movimento dos Trabalhadores Sem Terra - MST
Movimento dos Atingidos por Barragens - MAB
Movimento dos Pequenos Agricultores - MPA
Comossão da Pastoral da Terra - CPT
Federação dos Estudantes de Agronomia do Brasil - FEAB
Conselho Indiginista Missionário - CIMI
Pastoral da Juventude Rural – PJR

CANADA

1. l'Union Paysanne Canada - jumentgrise@gmail.com
2.Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN)
Collaborative Campaigning for Food Sovereignty and Environmental Justice coordinator@cban.ca

CONGO
COPACO Confédération Paysanne Du Congo copacoprp@yahoo.fr

SPAIN

1. PLATAFORMA RURAL: (Amigos de la Tierra, Asociación Guaiaie, Cáritas Española, CIC-bata Centro de Iniciativas
para la Cooperación bata, Centro de Estudios Rurales y de Agricultura Internacional (CERAI), Colectivo de Acción
Solidaria (CAS), Colectivo Tierra de Campos, Confederación de Consumidores y Usuarios (CECU), Coordinadora de
Organizaciones de Agricultores y Ganaderos (COAG), Ecologistas en Acción, Entrepueblos, Movimiento de Jóvenes
Rurales Cristianos (MJRC), Movimiento Rural Cristiano (MRC), Red África Europa, Red de Semillas “Resembrando e
Intercambiando”, Sindicato Obrero del Campo de Andalucía (SOC), Sociedad Española de Agricultura Ecológica
(SEAE), Sodepaz, Universidad Rural “Paulo Freire” (U.R.P.F.), Veterinarios sin Fronteras (VsF), Xarxa de Consum
Solidari). plataforma-rural@cdrtcampos.es
2. Federación De Asociaciones De Inmigrantes Y Refugiados en Espana FERINE_jd@yahoo.es

HAITI
1. Plateforme haïtienne de Plaidoyer pour un Développement Alternatif (PAPDA) - Haïticamillecha@yahoo.fr

THE NETHERLANDS
1. Platform Aarde Boer Consument (Earth Farmer Consumer) (www.aardeboerconsument.nl)
Kritisch Landbouwberaad, Nederlandse Akkerbouw Vakbond (NAV), Steunpunt Landelijke Boerinnenbelangen,
Nederlandse Melkveehouders Vakbond (NMV), Werkgroep Landbouw en Inkomen

PARAGUAY
1. MESA COORDINADORA NACIONAL DE ORGANIZACIONES CAMPESINAS MCNOC, mcnoc@conexion.com.py
MCP Movimiento Campesino Paraguayo
UCN Unión Campesina Nacional
ONAI Organización Nacional de Aborígenes Independiente
OLT Organización de Lucha por la Tierra
CNSL Coordinadora Nacional Sebastián Larroza
2. ASOCIACIÓN DE ONGS DEL PARAGUAY – POJOAJU: Altervida - Atyha - Base Ecta - Base Is - Callescuela -
Cadep - Ccda - Cedes / Habitat - Cde - Cectec- Ceri - Ceura - Cepag - Cird - Cpc- Cpes - c. 25 de noviembre -
Cipae - Dequeni - Fe Y Alegria - Fundación Itá Enramada - Fuped - Gestión Local - Gat - Gesa - Geat - Guyra Py -
Oguasu - Ideco - Mxd - Katuete - Ñemonguetara - Pci - Satoc - Sai - Seas/Ar - Sedupo - Sefem - Sepa - Serpaj-Py -
Spsaj - Sobrevivencia - Ser - Sumando - Tape'a - Tekoha- Upej /Cmp - Red Rural - Roam - Cdia - Decidamos-
Codehupy - Red Al Servicio De Los Pueblos Indígenas- Tekokatu - Red Juventud - Red Habitat Popular -
Comunica

SOUTH AFRICA

1. Congress of South African Trade Unions, Western Cape, mike@cosatu.org.za

SWITSERLAND
Uniterre, syndicat paysan de La Via Campesina en Suisse v.hemmeler@uniterre.ch

URUGUAY
COMISIÓN MULTISECTORIAL de Uruguay, covitradi@adinet.com.uy

LATIN AMERICA

1. Network for a GE Free Latin America, ebravo@rallt.org
2. La Red de Acción en Plaguicidas de America Latina, javierrapal@yahoo.com.ar
3. Food and Water Watch Coordinacion para América Latina URUGUAY fwwatch.latinamerica@gmail.com
4. Alianza social continental integracion@cta.org.ar

INTERNATIONAL
1.World Rainforest Movement teresap@wrm.org.uy

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