Rethinking value chains

Identity card

This collective brings together civil society actors – including NGOs, trade unions, academic institutions – with expertise on value chain issues and the empowerment of workers and local communities in the face of global corporate economic interests.


The aim of the collective is to provide a space to engage in fundamental discussions on the current dominating economic system (neo-liberalism) and ways in which we can work together towards sustainable alternatives that put people and the environment first.

Related programmes

Modes of action

  • media actions: pamphlet, opinion paper, campaign
  • diffusion of best pratices creation of labels
  • documentaries, films, videos, animated films
  • case studies, models and simulations
  • networking of actors
  • mobilization, rally
  • advocacy, lobbying, influence strategy
  • expertise
  • research, analysis
  • meetings, exchanges, assemblies

Target audience

  • public authorities, elected representatives, administrations
  • citizens
  • local authorities
  • economic players
  • consumers
  • policy-makers
  • companies
  • general public
  • European institutions
  • international institutions
  • medias, journalists
  • farmers, farmers’ unions
  • Poor and vulnerable people
  • trade unions
  • organised civil society

Thematic areas

  • ethics
  • woman & gender
  • local territory management
  • responsibility
  • information
  • agriculture and food
  • citizenship
  • law and justice
  • economy
  • education
  • environment