The approval of Bolivia's new constitution on 25 January 2009 brought food sovereignty and the right to food into the political sphere. The new constitution was supported by the National Coordinator for Change, an organisation of indigenous peoples, workers and peasants in Bolivia.
Here you can see a table of the different policies implemented (quoted in https://addi.ehu.es/bitstream/handle/10810/28923/TESIS)
These policies have had an inconsistent level of development and success. Their implementation is extraordinarily difficult as they clash with the interests of large landowners and transnational corporations.
- Local institution
- Social movement, social organisation