The food sovereignty movement emerged, the right to food already had its own network and advocates and its own dynamics. The Former Secretary General of Food First Information and Action Network (FIAN), regrets to put efforts into trying to get via campesina to work on the right to food and the right to feed oneself. Peasant movements have been reluctant to adopt the right to food frame because of its specialized and legal nature. These exchanges shows, if right to food defenders increasingly emphasize participation, their views on institutional engagement remain at odds with those of food sovereignty activists. Paul, who has been involved in trade and human rights discussions at the EU level through CIFCA, an influence EU policies in Central America, explains: The human rights movement has not achieved anything. The main challenges facing the right to food network is one that is inherent to the liberal project itself, to find the appropriate balance between 'freedom' and 'equality'.