The Right to Food

Publications

Brief, 2020.
This brief explains the linkages between the Right to Food Guidelines and the Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable SmallScale Fisheries (SSF Guidelines), two policy instruments that have similar roots and objectives. It analyses areas that provide major opportunities for synergies in their implementation, particularly in certain areas. This document also presents three cases at country level and recommends actions addressed to different actors. 

Available in: English
Keywords: Policy

Legal brief for parliamentarians in Latin America and the Caribbean No.1, 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. 

Available in: English Español

Legal Brief for parliamentarians in Latin America and the Caribbean No.3, 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.

Available in: English Español
Keywords: National legislation

Report, 2020.
This reports sets out an analytics and conceptual framework and suggest strategic orientations for a radical transformation of food systems. It calls for urgent and radical reforms are needed to guarantee the fundamental human right to adequate food for all

Available in: English

Study, 2020.
This study explores the content of the right to water for food and agriculture and asks whether such a a right can be found in the right to water or whether it is more approproate to examinte the right to adequate food.

Available in: English

Fact sheet, 2020.
This is a flyer for a course that introduces the principles and concept of the human right to adequate food and its practical application. It also provides an overview of the historical development of this human right, the human rights-based approach to development, recourse meachanisms and the Right to Food GUidelines. It describes the rights, the obligations and responsabilities of rights-holders and duty-bearers of the right to food. 

Available in: English
Keywords: Training

Fact sheet, 2020.
This is a flyer for a course that 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: Training

Report, 2019.
This publication shows efforts of countries, organizations and 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 the human right to adequate food.

Available in: English français Español
Keywords: Assessment - Food security analysis - National legislation - Analysis

Summary, 2019.
Digest of the publication that 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 the human right to adequate food.

Available in: English français Español
Keywords: National legislation - Food security and nutrition

Brochure, 2019.
Many countries and international organizations have led concrete actions to influence policies and laws for the realization of the right to food. FAO has supported Member Countries committed towards this important goal throughout the years.

Available in: English français Español
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