This project analysed how grassroots actors use the terms “food security” and “food sovereignty” in Bolivia, when Evo Morales was in power. What common ground existed between policies that seek to advance conventional food security and those that embraced food sovereignty? How did grassroots actors participate in regional and transnational networks? How did they use those networks to exercise influence over social, political and productive relations?
On GitHub, I share my presentation “Bolivian Food Sovereignty in Policy & Practice: An assessment through the lens of Authoritarian Populism”, given as part of a panel on Emancipatory Rural Politics.