Germany: The German organisation of family farmers, AbL (Arbeitsgemeinschaft bäuerliche Landwirtschaft), works towards a sustainable agriculture. It coordinates gmo-free regions in Germany.
Netherlands: ASEED (Action for Solidarity, Equality, Environment and Diversity) runs Agrocadabra, an agricultural campaign for food safety, biodiversity and alternatives to industrial agriculture, which focusses on environmental and social issues of soy production, GMO-free zones and promotion of alternatives to current methods of food production.
Switzerland: Basler Appell (the Basel Appel against Genetic Engineering) focusses at the moment on medical issues such as genetic testing, stem cells, PID, genetic research on children, or the Swiss law on research on humans, but the organisation is also still active on agricultural issues.
Norway: The Development Fund is an independent non-government organization (NGO) founded in 1978. We support development projects through local partners in Asia, Africa and Latin America. We believe that the fight against poverty must be based on sustainable management of natural resources.
Switzerland: Erklärung von Bern (the Berne Declaration) has promoted more equitable, sustainable and democratic North-South relations since 1968, through research, public eduaction and advocacy work. In regards to genetic engineering it focusses on patents and on the Swiss multinational Syngenta.
Greece: The Inspection and Certification Organisation for Organic Products organized a GMO-free Balcans conference in November 2005.
Europe: An international think tank and club of personalities engaged in diverse ecological issues.
Georgia: The Biological Farming Organisation ELKANA aims to improve the socio-economic conditions of the population of Georgia and the environmental protection through fostering the development of sustainable organic farming and increasing the self-reliance of the rural population.
Hungary: ELTE Nature Conservation Club (ETK) works currenlty to basically everything related to GM crops, with the aim to keep Hungary GM-free such as coexistence legislation, GE-free municipalities and regions, awareness raising and information distribution, and participation on the Genetech Committee as one of four NGO representatives.
Italy: EQUIVITA, the Scientific Committee against vivisection, coordinates doctors and scientists who fight against animal experiments, as the yconstitute grave methodological errors and are misleading medical research in an increasingly dangerous way. It also leads a campaign against the inappropriate use of genetic engineering, the use of GMOs and patents on life.
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