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FSN Forum in Europe and Central Asiapart of the Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition

Topic: Markets and trade

Food Security and Nutrition resources

E- learning course: Trade, food security and nutrition

The relationship between trade and food security is attracting increased attention on both the trade and development agendas, with trade recognized as one of the means for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This course addresses the linkages between trade and food security,...

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Food Security and Nutrition resources

Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2017

In order for agriculture to become a driver of growth and a tool to alleviate poverty, the investments and performance of key players across agricultural value chains—from farmers to large and small agricultural businesses—are vital. Since 2013, Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) has...

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Food Security and Nutrition resources

Local Food for Global Future

Nowadays it is generally recognized that the post World War II industrial agriculture and food in Western countries was succesful with regard to profit, but unsuccesful with respect to people and planet. The underlying structure was a linear economy and a poor interpretation of the...

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Workshop
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FSN Forum workshop: Inclusive policy dialogue to make trade policies conducive to food security and nutrition

To support the further development of the FSN Forum in ECA and to ensure its full ownership by regional actors from different backgrounds (including from civil society, academy, research and government), the two day workshop “Inclusive policy dialogue to make trade policies conducive to food security and nutrition” took place in FAO, Rome on 16-17 December 2014.

Consultation
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Examining the linkages between trade and food security: What is your experience?

There are many ways that trade agreements and rules may influence food security positively or negatively. The relationship is complex and views about the effect of trade rules and agreements on food security vary substantially. What is your experience? How have trade agreements and rules affected the four dimensions of food security?