Under: Food Sovereignty and Agroecology, India, Reports

This report on Agroecology: Possibilities and Challenges in India captures the discussions in the two captures the discussions in a two part dialogue series. Part A of the report captures the discussions in the first dialogue in the series which focused on Vulnerabilities of Farmers & Farming Today – Is Agroecology a Solution?, and Part B of the report summarises the deliberations in Dialogue 02 on Pathways to a Sustainable Agriculture & Critical Assessment of Government Policies. 

Collaborating Organisations:

All India Peoples Science Network (AIPSN)

Focus on the Global South


  • Peter Rosset (The College of the Southern Border (ECOSUR),
  • G V Ramanjaneyulu (Centre for Sustainable Agriculture),
  • Chukki Nanjundaswamy (Amrita Bhoomi Agroecology School/Karnataka Rajya Raitha Sangha)
  • Shalmali Guttal (Focus on the Global South)
  • Parthib Basu & Anshuman Das (University of Calcutta)
  • Sagari Ramdas (Food Sovereignty Alliance & Kudali Learning Centre)
  • Dharmendra Mishra (hFServices)
  • Dinesh Abrol (All India Peoples Science Network)


Report compiled by Dhruv Somayajula

(This report reflects the views presented at the online dialogue and does not represent the position of either organisations)