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Entre los que se encontraban la Reina Letizia y el Director General de la FAO, sostuvieron que el problema de la alimentación es un tema político que tiene que ver con la disponibilidad, la accesibilidad y la estabilidad de los alimentos.

It is not necessary to cut down forests in order to produce more food, says The State of the World's Forests 2016 report.

New study highlights the contributions of women to cassava, quinoa, corn and cotton value chains.

Employment in the fisheries sector has grown moderately, the level of catches has fallen while aquaculture production has grown at high rates.

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Sustainable Development Goals

Launch of new sustainable development agenda to guide development actions for the next 15 years

Newsletter

October to December 2015. (spanish only)

Discussion documents

Series of documents by various authors to broaden the discussion on food sovereignty.

Training

Núcleo de Capacitación en Políticas Públicas