MUN Academy attended CFS 44 side event: SDGS AND SMALL-SCALE FISHERIES: MEETING COMMITMENTS AND REALIZING THE RIGHT TO ADEQUATE FOOD

The event was organized by FAO, The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), IFAD, ECOWAS, IPC Fisheries Working Group (TBC), Norway. Karel Callens from FAO’s Food and Nutrition Division opened the panel, introducing the issue of small-scale fisheries and highlighting the role of such communities in delivering nutritious food. Small[…]

MUN Academy attended CFS 44 side event: Global Hearing of the Landless

The event was organized by the CSM Constituency of the Landless, formed by Landless Movements from all continents. The first speaker, Amira Gornass, chair of the Committee on World Food Security, highlighted that hunger is dramatically on the rise and sustainable agriculture, food security, and rural development can be the concrete and effective solutions to[…]

MUN Academy attended CFS 44 side event: Unravelling the food-health nexus

  “Unravelling the Food-Health Nexus: Addressing Practices, Political Economy, and Power Relations to Build Healthier Food Systems” is a report (that continues the research of the prior “Future of food: seeds of resilience”) commissioned from IPES-Food by the Global Alliance for the Future of Food. The key point of the report is to analyse a serious[…]

MUN Academy attended CFS 44 side event: Market Development for nutrition

The side event had the purpose to show the best practices and policies to develop food systems for improved nutrition at scale. The debated started focusing on the question: How can food market be developed to accelerate the food system and nutrition at large scale? The nexus of agriculture and market have to come together.[…]