This guide is intended for AMAP volunteers, to help them act in favor of an access for all to a sustainable and chosen food. It has been designed as a practical tool to help AMAP develop food accessibility initiatives or consolidate existing dynamics.
In this guide we are sharing a wide range of references and resources to fuel reflection and structure action. It is primarily intended as a tool for facilitating collective exchanges and training within AMAP and AMAP networks.
CHAPTER 1 - IN AMAP, LET'S TAKE UP THE CHALLENGE OF FOOD ACCESSIBILITY
Critique of the industrial agri-food system at the AMAP table
Precariousness, accessibility and democratic issues
The actors in the fight against food insecurity
CHAPTER 2 - EXPLORING THE FIELD OF POSSIBILITIES FOR FOOD ACCESSIBILITY IN AMAP
Training to build a common culture
Creating food accessibility initiatives in AMAP
Carrying the voice of the AMAP
CHAPTER 3 - BUILDING ACCESSIBLE CONTRACTS IN AMAP
Different ways of organising and financing accessible contracts
Enabling everyone to participate
Cooperating with social actors
The economic sustainability of accessible AMAP contracts
RESOURCES TO GO FURTHER
Emergency food aid: feedback from AMAP
Setting up accessible contracts: steps to take and good questions to ask
Legal and fiscal issues
This guide was creating by the MIRAMAP and the AMAP networks of Ile-de-France, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Isère, Hauts-de-France, Les AMAP de Provence and Les Paniers Marseillais.