Documents

South-south Cooperation
23 Oct 2020
This volume was prepared by the UN Office of South-South Cooperation and features 195 good practices, obtained by 77 partners including Member States, intergovernmental organizations, United Nations entities, and other development partners.  This collection of good practices demonstrates the spirit of solidarity, peer-to-peer learning and collective efforts among countries and partners, in order to jointly address development challenges and highlight concrete solutions, which can be replicated and adapted in other countries. Great emphasis is given to innovative activities and the importance of cross-country transfer of knowledge and experience between countries of the South.  
Resource Partners
28 Sep 2020
The year 2019 marked a time of growth and renewed commitments for FAO’s Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM), the main pooled funding mechanism for resource partners to contribute flexible, voluntary, annual, and multi-year resources to the Organization for the achievement of results under FAO’s Strategic Framework and the realization of catalytic impact. This annual report provides an overview of major improvements and transformational changes to the FMM since 2018, in addition to presenting key achievements, challenges, and lessons learned thus far in the implementation of the Fund in 2019.
Parliamentary alliances
15 Sep 2020
The inclusion of the Right to Food in the constitution not only complies with international provisions and obligations, but also enables the judicial control of all national legislation that is incompatible with it and establishes the right to reparation for those who have violated their access to feeding. This document covers the regional and international frameworks that serve as the basis for the development of this constitutional right in Latin America and the Caribbean and the necessary parliamentary actions to make this right effective.
Parliamentary alliances
15 Sep 2020
Food and nutrition security and the right to adequate food are multidimensional and cross-sectoral in nature. Their realization cuts across economic, social, cultural, environmental and political life and is intrinsically linked to that of other human rights, such as the right to water, the right to property, access to land and other productive resources, the right to health, the right to decent work and fair pay, among others.
Parliamentary alliances
15 Sep 2020
School feeding laws are important instruments for the realization of the right to adequate food, the right to education, and the right to health of the schoolchildren. In addition, they fulfill a social function guaranteeing access to food of the most vulnerable children in school and the school attendance.
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