Publications

Institutional framework for the right to adequate food

Right to Food Thematic Study 2, 2014.
This study shows how an institutional framework can efficiently support the realization of the right to adequate food and through examples, examines important advances on various structural dimensions of an institution that have taken place since the adoption of the Right to Food Guidelines. The study particularly examines executive and legislative bodies, human rights institutions as well as judicial and quasi-judicial bodies, at national, regional and global levels.

Right to Food Guidelines
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Legal developments in the progressive realization of the right to adequate food

Right to Food Thematic Study 3, 2014.
This thematic study examines the legal advances of the right to food since the adoption of the Right to Food Guidelines in 2004. The study explores legislative and judicial developments in areas of constitutional law, framework laws and sectoral laws of different countries. Following this overview of the legal foundation, the study examines the justiciability of the right to food.

Right to Food Guidelines
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Natural resources governance and the right to adequate food

Right to Food Thematic Study 4, 2014.
This thematic study reviews international instruments which demonstrate a shift towards a human rights based approach to natural resources in the ten years since the adoption of the Right to Food Guidelines along with national level examples of success and challenges in addressing gender and the concerns of vulnerable groups in sectors such as land, fisheries and forestry.

Right to Food Guidelines
81086,81097,81114
   

Social protection and an enabling environment for the right to adequate food

Right to Food Thematic Study 5, 2014.
This thematic study takes a retrospective glance at social protection related developments from 2004 to 2014 considering the recommendations of Guidelines 8, 13, 14 and measures for international cooperation and partnership for promoting the right to adequate food. It presents the trajectory of a human rights-based approach to social protection across policy spaces and food security intervention contexts.

Right to Food Guidelines
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Nutrition, education and awareness raising for the right to adequate food

Right to Food Thematic Study 6, 2014.
This Thematic Study analyzes Guidelines 10 and 11 on Nutrition, and Education and Awareness Raising respectively. The objective of this Thematic Study is to show, through current global processes and debates and country-level best practices, how nutrition is an integral part of the right to food, and how education and awareness raising are essential vehicles to facilitate its fulfilment.

Right to Food Guidelines
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International dimensions of the right to adequate food

Right to Food Thematic Study 7, 2014.
This study takes stock of the progress made and the challenges faced over the last ten years in the international dimensions of the right to adequate food, as they relate to international trade and investment, development and humanitarian cooperation policies, and development loans and debts. It was conducted as part of the ten-year retrospective on the implementation of the Right to Food Guidelines in 2014.

Right to Food Guidelines
81086,81096,81100,81105
   

The right to adequate food in emergency programmes

Right to Food Study, 2014.
The publication demonstrates the conceptual and practical relevance of the right to adequate food to emergency programming by referring to pertinent normative and operational framework documents. It provides guidance on how to integrate the right to adequate food and related human rights principles in to emergency programmes and projects.

Studies
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The Right to Food and the Responsible Governance of Tenure: A dialogue towards implementation

Right to Food Publication, 2014.
This short study discusses how the right to food framework can guide the implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Governance of Tenure (VGGT) and analyses the recommendations in the VGGT that are particularly important for strengthening work on the right to food.  It also stresses the importance of multi-stakeholder platforms, participatory processes, and the application of the PANTHER principles.

Implementation materials
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Gender-equitable governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests: a right to food perspective

Information Brief, 2014.
This Information Brief provides a right to food perspective on the gender equitable governance of tenure of land, fisheries and forests in view of implementing the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGT).

Training and advocacy materials
81090,81096,81107
   

Responsible governance of fisheries: a right to food perspective

Information Brief, 2014.
This Information Brief presents a right to food perspective on the governance of fisheries in view of implementing the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure (VGGT).

Training and advocacy materials
81090,81096,81107
   

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