1. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION: Changing how food is produced and consumed with specific focus on small-scale, localized, sustainable and agroecological food systems;
2. DISTRIBUTION: Changing how food is distributed to guarantee short supply chains and the re-establishment and the strengthening of territorial markets;
3. WORK AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS: Valuing work and improving social conditions in food and agricultural systems to encourage fair labour relations, to increase the share of added value that goes to producer and local structures, and to ensure a living wage;
4. NATURAL RESOURCES AND COMMONS: Reclaiming and asserting the right to land, water and other natural resources and the Commons;
5. PUBLIC POLICIES: Changing public policies governing our food and agricultural systems to advance food sovereignty in Europe, also considering its influence to other regions of the world.