A new vision for agriculture
momagri, movement for a world agricultural organization, is a think tank chaired by Christian Pèes.
It brings together, managers from the agricultural world and important people from external perspectives,
such as health, development, strategy and defense. Its objective is to promote regulation
of agricultural markets by creating new evaluation tools, such as economic models and indicators,
and by drawing up proposals for an agricultural and international food policy.
The think tank momagri (Mouvement pour une Organisation Mondiale de l’Agriculture) was
established in December 2005 to provide objective analyses and concrete solutions to current
and future key international agricultural issues. momagri advocates a global agricultural
governance system that reconciles free trade and regulation.

“We are all for free trade.  The basic issue is the following one: How must we organize free
trade to make it fair and sustainable?”

Pierre Pagesse, Honorary President, momagri

momagri brings together agricultural leaders and non-agricultural experts from all nations
who share the common belief that a better world is achievable and that regulated agriculture
must serve as its driving force.

momagri conducts in-depth analyses of the state of global agriculture and presents strategic
and concrete proposals to political decision-makers and experts, as well as the media and
the public at large.

momagri develops new tools to improve international decision-making and to show that
agriculture must be the cornerstone of economic development, so that the millennium
development goals and the Rio Conference objectives can be met and a fair conclusion
of the WTO’s Doha Round can be achieved.
momagri gathers approximately 50 founding members and sponsors of different nationalities
and active in agricultural as well as non-agricultural activities.

Among agricultural experts, we can list: René Carron, Michel Fosseprez, Luc Guyau,
Marcel Mazoyer, Pierre Pagesse, Christian Pèes and Jean-Claude Sabin.

Non-agricultural experts include, among others, Jean Bizet, Luis Manuel Capoulas Santos,
Joseph Daul, Catherine Guy-Quint, Ndiobo Dienne, Xavier Emmanuelli, Jacques Carles,
Pierre Fabre, Marc Gentilini, Valery Giscard d’Estaing, Luc Montagnier and Denis Tillinac.

About us

Paris, 19 May 2019