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Discussions

Below you can find the complete list of online discusions held until now.
To participate in the ongoing discussions and for more information such as summaries proceedings and resources please click on the title. 

Ongoing discussion

The Future of Family Farming: Providing Resources for Women and Young Farmers

The Future of Family Farming: Providing Resources for Women and Young Farmers

Through this discussion we wish to promote dialogue around family farming issues. What can be done to make agriculture stimulating and profitable for young people and what strategies can promote equality for females working in the food system? 

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until 06.10.2014

Previous discussions

Invitation to comment on the revised draft of the political outcome document of the ICN2

Invitation to comment on the revised draft of the political outcome document of the ICN2

Share your comments on the revised draft of the Rome Declaration on Nutrition, which will be endorsed at the upcoming Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2).

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14.05.2014 - 28.05.2014
Agenda for Action for Addressing Food Insecurity in Protracted Crises

Agenda for Action for Addressing Food Insecurity in Protracted Crises

Protracted crises situations are those in which food insecurity and malnutrition are particularly severe, persistent and at scale.
This discussion seeks feedback on the zero draft of the Agenda for Action for Addressing Food Insecurity in Protracted Crises and will contribute to the preparation of the First Draft.

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Selection and Prioritization of CFS Activities for the Biennium 2016-2017

Selection and Prioritization of CFS Activities for the Biennium 2016-2017

CFS has started a process of selection and prioritization of activities for the biennium 2016-2017. Though this online discussion, the CFS Secretariat  would like to invite all those interested to provide inputs to this process. 

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Social farming (also called care farming): an innovative approach for promoting women’s economic empowerment, decent rural employment and social inclusion. What works in developing countries?

Social farming (also called care farming): an innovative approach for promoting women’s economic empowerment, decent rural employment and social inclusion. What works in developing countries?

Social farming (also called care farming) is an innovative approach for promoting women’s economic empowerment, rural employment and the social inclusion of vulnerable people. The aim of the discussion is to gather examples of the use of care farming in developing countries. 

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The future of food security and climate change in Zambia

The future of food security and climate change in Zambia

Go here to take part in the discussion on the scenarios for Zambia.

Disponible uniquement en anglais / Disponible sólo en Inglés 

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