- Peasants and family farm production play the central role in the building of food sovereignty.
- Harmonious coexistence based on mutual solidarity between rural peoples, including peasants, fisher folk and indigenous peoples.
- The need to broaden our alliances to incorporate other peoples who are threatened by the same current phenomena, including urban dwellers threatened with impoverishment and with eviction to make way for real estate speculation; peoples who live under military occupation; consumers who face ever higher prices for food of ever worsening quality; communities facing eviction by extractive industries; and rural and urban workers.
- The need to reinforce our self-determination while building our autonomy in self-government over communal resources.
- The deepening and expanding of the leadership of women in the struggle for land and the defense of territory, and in our movements.
- To avoid repeating the errors of the Green Revolution and to take care of the Mother Earth by using agroecological production practices.
- To prioritize the struggle of youth for access to land in Europe and North America as well as in the nations of the South, while reconstructing rural economies so that young people are not forced to migrate.
- The need to build new alliances and develop new tactics of solidarity and protection against the growing criminalization of those who defend their territories.
- The recognition of the fundamental role of social movements in the recent state-led agrarian reforms carried out with greater or lesser degrees of success in various countries.
International Operational Secretariat:
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