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    Bread for all is dedicated to bringing about new models of food production and economies in all regions of the world. Achieving this goal depends upon cooperation between people, the respect for human rights and a value for natural resources.About us
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Please do not respond to job offers that are not advertised on one of our official sites (https://brotfueralle.ch/stellen/ or https://painpourleprochain.ch/offres-demploi/).
There have been a number of fake advertisements on various job sites. Bread for all does not have or hire any staff outside Switzerland. If you find any advertisement for such a job, it is fake. Also, Bread for all never asks for any fee in the recruitment process. If you are still in doubt, please contact Regula Schneider-Minder (0041 31 380 65 66). 

"A door opener for clean, fair procedures"

26.11.2020

In Liberia, human rights have allegedly been violated on rubber plantations managed from Switzerland. Instead of taking up mediation offers, the Socfin group prefers to act against its criti…

Addax Bioenergy Project

19.11.2020

There is an urgent need to invest in alternative farming methods for the communities. The land is their most valuable resource, and farming is already their way of life, such investment is c…

International investors in Sierra Leone

10.11.2020

Instead of development, investments caused a mad rush to acquire large tract of farm lands in Africa thereby dispossessing communities of their farm lands.

Development Policy

Our developmental priorities:

Business and human rights

Forced relocations, inhumane working conditions, child labour - time and again, global businesses have violated human rights and damaged the environment.

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Agriculture and climate

Present-day agricultural and food systems are the main drivers of global warming. If we want to protect the climate, biodiversity and habitats, an urgent change of course is needed.

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Land grabbing

For some years, a new phenomenon has threatened the food security of millions of people: the sale and leasing of huge swathes of land to foreign countries and investors.

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Fair consumption

When we purchase a pair of jeans, a mobile telephone or carpets, we can only do so because others have worked to produce these goods – often under abysmal conditions.

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