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Cartoon Books for kids, 2007.
“The Right to Food: a Window on the World” is designed to help you to educate young people about the right to food and encourage them to take action against hunger in the world. By using the cartoon book and the activity guide, you will help young people to understand that every individual has the right to be free from hunger and that all members of society have a responsibility to respect, protect and promote that right.

Keywords: Capacity development - Educational tools - Training

This course is part of the e-learning curriculum "Right to Food in Practice" and its introduces the principles and concept of the human right to adequate food and its practical application. The course also provides an overview of the historical development of this human right, the human rights based approach to development, recourse mechanisms, the Right to Food Guidelines and describes the rights, obligations and responsibilities of rights-holders and duty-bearers of the right to food.

Available in: English français Español
Keywords: Capacity development - Advocacy - Educational tools - Training - Food security and nutrition

This course is part of the Right to Food Curriculum Outline developed by FAO to support the progressive realization of the human right to food. This course describes a series of analytical, educational and normative methodologies that offer guidance and hands-on advice on the practical aspects of the right to adequate food. It covers a wide range of operational issues such as assessment, legislation, advocacy, education, budgeting and monitoring of this human right.

Available in: English
Keywords: Capacity development - Advocacy - Curriculum - Educational tools - Training - Food security and nutrition

Music can be used for learning purposes as it effectively targets feelings and thoughts. The FAO Right to Food Team is proud to present these songs, created by the Learning Solutions People (LSP) in Sierra Leone, a band that uses music as a learning solution.

Available in: English
Keywords: Advocacy - Educational tools - Training

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