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This publication highlights efforts of a number of countries, organizations, groups, at the global, regional and national level, in taking legislative actions, designing policies and strategies, setting up accountable institutions and bodies, to respect, protect and fulfil this human right. 

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Keywords: Assessment - Food security analysis - National legislation - Analysis

Digest of the publication highlights efforts of a number of countries, organizations, groups, at the global, regional and national level, in taking legislative actions, designing policies and strategies, setting up accountable institutions and bodies, to respect, protect and fulfil this human right.

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Many countries and international organizations have led concrete actions to infuence policies and laws for the realization of the right to food. FAO has supported Member Countries committed towards this important goal throughout the years.

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Brief, 2019.
Contries in Africa have made renewed commitments to end hunger such as the Malabo Declaration of 2014, the SDGs of and other international and regional declarations. If these are supported by effective legislation, including constitutional protection, the future economic, social and cultural benefit to the continent is evident. 

 

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Keywords: Legal issues - Policy - Food security and nutrition

Brief, 2019.
With the Sustaibale Goals (SDG2) of 2015, countries pledget to end hunger everywhere by 2030 through decisive national action and international and regional cooperation. If this globl goal is to be achieved, affirmative and creative actions are needed on the part of all countries.

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Study, 2018.
This discussion paper explores the relationship between food loss and waste (FLW) and the right to adequate food. It focuses on the need to develop sustainable global consumption and production systems to contribute to the realization of the right to adequate food while it argues for a human rights-based approach to tackle FLW. 

 

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Right to Food Publication, 2017.
This publication presents the experience and activity of the the Parliamentary Front against Hunger (PFH) in Latin America and the Caribbean  and aims to provide structured, concise and relevant information about the legislative initiatives supported by the PFH from 2009 to 2016.

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Keywords: Global studies - Advocacy - Legal issues - Institutional capacity - Food security and nutrition

Right to Food Publication, 2017.
Jointly developed with the National Human Rights Commission of Nepal, the publication presents the way to undertake a contextual interpretation of the international normative standards on the human Right to Adequate Food (RtAF) in Nepal, and guidance on how to operationalize it in order to effectively address specific needs and concerns of different countries.

Available in: English
Keywords: Assessment - Food security analysis - Monitoring - Analysis - Indicators - Institutional capacity - Targets

Information note, 2017.
This publication seeks to highlight the human rights aspects of the goals and targets most relevant to food security and small-scale fisheries (SSF), particularly from the perspective of the right to adequate food, and to demonstrate how this interrelationship plays out in the monitoring mechanism established by relevant instruments.

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