HLPE - High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition
 

New HLPE issues paper on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on food security and nutrition (September 2020).

This is now available in all six FAO languages:

This issues paper was used to set the stage for the discussion on COVID-19 at the session on 14 October, during the high-level special event of the CFS, held from 13 to 15 October 2020.


About the HLPE

The High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE), science-policy interface of the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS), was created in October 2009 as an essential element of the CFS reform. The HLPE aims to facilitate policy debates and inform policy making by providing independent, comprehensive and evidence-based analysis and advice at the request of CFS. 

The HLPE elaborates its studies through a scientific, transparent and inclusive process. HLPE studies are the result of a continuous dialogue between HLPE experts and a wide range of stakeholders (whether public, private or from the civil society) and knowledge holders across the world, combining different forms of knowledge, building bridges across regions and countries, across various scientific disciplines and professional backgrounds. 

For each report, a Process & Documents” page is available in English, highlighting the main steps of the process and gathering all the documents generated.

A dedicated page gathers all the relevant information on the HLPE “Notes on Critical and Emerging Issues for food security and nutrition.

Write to the Secretariat

To contact the HLPE Secretariat or its Coordinator, Évariste Nicolétis,
send an e-mail to cfs-hlpe [at] fao [dot] org

15th report by the HLPE, June 2020

The Report was officially launched on 25 June 2020, starting at 11:00 GMT (13:00 Rome time).

HLPE Summaries & Recommendations