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Useful Documents

Below is a list of useful documents containing information on the collaboration between FAO and Civil Society organizations. This includes Guidelines, Tools and Best Practices which can be of use to identify and engage with key stakeholders, facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues and foster collaboration.

Guidelines

In the past, CSOs took part in Regional Conferences as observers, and it was, and still is, standard procedure for the Chair of FAO governing...

This note is meant to serve as a guide on how to ensure balance representation
of Civil Society organizations in FAO activities or processes.


Balanced...

Key documents

FAO has been working for many years with hundreds of civil society organizations (NGOs, community-based organizations, professional associations, networks, etc.) in technical work, emergency field operations, training...

The policy concerning relations with International Non-governmental Organizations is in FAO Basic Texts, Section M. It establishes the criteria applied for establishment of formal relations...

Can CSO obtain funding from FAO and how? What are the benefits of partnering with FAO? What is the Committee on World Food Security (CFS)?

All...

This publication systematizes the process of building the Regional Network of the Civil Society for Food Security and Nutrition in the PALOP (REDSAN-PALOP).

Formally launched in...

Please see in the following list the NGOs which have been granted with formal status with FAO.

If you would like to know what to do...