Below you can find the complete list of online discusions held until now.
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FAO prepared a number of working studies on different aspects of the Right to Food Guidelines as a contribution to the retrospective, and a number of these will be discussed in the Right to Food Forum. Developments in nutrition, education and awareness raising are the subject of this second online discussion.
FAO prepared a number of working studies on different aspects of the Right to Food Guidelines as a contribution to the retrospective, and a number of these will be discussed in the Right to Food Forum. Legal developments in the progressive realization of right to adequate food are the subject of this online discussion.
The Committee on World Food Security (CFS), on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the Right to Food Guidelines, called for a review of the progress made towards achieving the right to adequate food during its 41st session, scheduled to be held in October 2014. The outcome of this online-consultation will feed into both the UN and civil society contributions to the CFS discussions in October.
In several Latin American countries, recognition of the Human Right to Adequate Food has made significant advances, mainly at the level of legislations, having been integrated explicitly in constitutions, laws and other regulations. But progress at the municipal level is still at an early stage and there are very few documented experiences that can serve as reference for achieving more noticeable results.