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    COP26 (2021 -ongoing)
    The UN Conference of Parties (COP) will hold its 26th meeting on the UN framework convention on Climate Change, where countries come together to negotiate agreements on how to address...
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    In March, Defra released a consultation on the two new proposed schemes that are intended to replace the current Direct Payment scheme - we want to make sure they link...
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    People’s Food Summit (2021 – ongoing)
    On the 17th of June the Landworkers’ Alliance brought together organisations and individuals from across the UK food justice movement for an online ‘People’s Food Summit’ in response to the...
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    VOCAL FOR LOCAL (2021 – ongoing)
    The Vocal for Local campaign makes the case for local and short supply chains as the route to just, sustainable, healthy and resilient food systems fit for the 21st century.
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    Solidarity with Indian Farmers (2021)
    Standing in solidarity with the farmer protests in India, opposing the corporatisation of the Indian agriculture and food system.
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    Calling on the Welsh Senedd to enact laws and policies which support agroecology, new entrants and food sovereignty in Wales.
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    Scottish Parliament Elections (2021)
    Calling on the Scottish Parliament and to enact laws and policies that support agroecological farmers, growers, crofters and foresters in Scotland.
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    Stop the deregulation of gene editing (2021 – ongoing)
    The LWA urges its members to provide an alternative perspective to this important consultation, to allow for a more balanced debate on the pros and cons of gene editing.
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    Farming, Food and Climate Justice March (2019)
    On October 5th 2019 in London the Landworkers’ Alliance mobilised for a Farming, Food and Climate Justice March.
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    Welsh Government, local authorities and UK Government should learn from the example of Trecadwgan farm, a County Farm that was put up for sale, which the local people have been...
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    Whole Farm Agroecology Scheme
    An agroecological transition is vital to ensure that the UK can continue to produce healthy, local, and affordable food for generations to come
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    Planning (2019 – ongoing)
    The current planning system is not sufficiently attuned to the needs of new entrants and agroecological farm businesses
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    Supporting New Entrants to Agriculture and Land-based Work
    The Landworkers’ Alliance have developed a number of targeted policies to support New Entrants.
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    A New Deal for Horticulture (2017 – ongoing)
    To meet the UK demand for fruit and vegetables, a massive scaling up of production is required
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    Amend the Agriculture Bill (2020)
    The proposed Agriculture Bill failed to make reference to agroecological farming or local food.
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    A Place at the Table (2017)
    A campaign launching the LWAs post-Brexit policy proposals,highlighting the exclusion of organisations representing smaller scale producers from policy and calling for more equal access to decision making spaces.
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    Public Land for Public Good (2016)
    A campaign highlighting issues of access to land and the county farm sell off, and calling for policy to support accessible routes into farming and land based work.
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    Small Farms, Better Food (2014)
    A stunt in 2014 highlighting the role of small farms in improving accessibility to healthy, affordable local food and calling for policy to support them.
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    Food Sovereignty Football (2014)
    A stunt which highlighted the unfair advantages government policy gives to industrial food producers and calling for a level field for smaller scale farmers and growers.

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