A global collaboration of photographers, the food sovereignty movement, NGOs, charitable organisations and ethical businesses.
We Feed the World was coordinated by The Gaia Foundation in collaboration with Curator, Cheryl Newman, and a wonderful network of global partners and allies.
These included the global Farmers’ Movement – a solidarity network of small-scale farmers and fishers – as well as the charities and NGOs that connected us to many of these farming and fishing communities; Fundación entre Mujeres, The Landworkers’ Alliance, Brazil’s Landless Workers Movement (Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (MST)), La Via Campesina, ZIDOFA (the Zarraga Integrated Diversified Organic Farmers Association), ZIMSOFF (Zimbabwe Small Holder Organic Farmers’ Forum), La Red Andaluza de Semillas (The Andalusian Seed Network), Beyond GM, The Bhutan Network, Canaan Palestine, Gaia Amazonas, Global Greengrants Fund, GRABE-Benin, GRAIN, Greenpeace China, Groundswell International, The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office, The International Tree Foundation, KAWSAY, La Marinaleda, The Muonde Trust, NAMA (Northwest Atlantic Marine Association), The Samdhana Institute, The Scottish Crofting Federation, Slow Food Uganda, Slow Food USA, Snowchange Cooperative, Tides Canada, Yes to Life, No to Mining, Zaytoun, Vivero Alamar Coop and many more.
We Feed the World was only made possible by the continuing support of an incredible team of funders, from charitable foundations to ethical businesses and many individuals who generously donated along the way. These include; The A Team Foundation, Bertha Foundation, Cafe Direct, Crepes and Waffles, Divine Chocolate, Dr. Bronner’s, Giant Peach, Greenhouse PR, Natracare, Neals Yard Remedies, Nutiva, My Green Pod, The Panta Rhea Foundation, Petersham Nurseries, Rebel Kitchen, The Roddick Foundation, The Savitri Trust, Yeo Valley, The Halleria Trust and Martin Stanley.
We Feed the World also had a number of ambassadors, including Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Jeremy Irons, Arizona Muse and Dame Vivienne Westwood, who supported the project by communicating its importance to a wider audience. We are extremely grateful for their help.
Throughout its evolution, We Feed the World involved countless volunteers, partners and organisations. We thank all involved for their hard work, time and commitment to celebrating the farmers who feed us all. Click on the drop down menu to find out more about the photographers involved in We Feed the World.
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