Food sovereignty is a policy framework advocated by farmers, peasants, pastoralists, fisherfolk, Indigenous Peoples, women, rural youth, environmental organisations and other supportive constituencies. It was launched in 1996 by the international peasants' movement La Via Campesina during the FAO World Food Summit in Rome. Since then, food sovereignty has played an increasingly important role in the debate on agriculture and alternatives to neoliberal policies. The food sovereignty movement is continuously growing in the Pan-European region. Do you want to join us? Then engage in your national preparatory process and get in contact with your national focal points.