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Right to Food in Action: Examples of how FAO Member Countries Make it Happen

Brief, 2007.
This brief provides an overview of the types of right to food activities with which FAO is involved in Brazil, Bhutan, Bolivia, Ecuador, Guatemala, India, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania/Zanzibar and Uganda.
Available in English, Español, Français.

ARCHIVE
Food Security and Nutrition,Legal Issues,Advocacy,Monitoring,Assessment
   

Conduct a Right to Food Assessment

"How to" Series, 2007.
This paper “Conduct a Right to Food Assessment” addresses the elements “why”, “who” and “how” of the process of a Right to Food assessment. The core elements of the assessment focus on identifying the food-insecure, understanding the reasons behind this, understanding the legal environment where policy measures must be implemented and understanding the shortcoming of existing policies.  
Available in English, Español, Français.

TRAINING AND ADVOCACY MATERIALS
Assessment,Food Security Analysis,Global Studies,Impact Analysis,Public Budget Analysis,Situation Analysis,Advocacy,Educational Tools
   

Analyze Budgets

"How to" Series, 2007. Revised version, 2012.
This paper “Analyze Budgets” addresses right to food guidelines, identifies the duty bearers and stakeholders and gives a brief explanation of a budget analysis methodology. The paper also provides essential guidance on how to use budget work to identify policies and programmes, analyze government’s revenue and to integrate this analysis into an overall perspective. Available in English, Español, Français.

TRAINING AND ADVOCACY MATERIALS
Assessment,Food Security Analysis,Global Studies,Impact Analysis,Public Budget Analysis,Situation Analysis,Advocacy,Educational Tools
   

Voluntary Guidelines to support the progressive realization of the right to adequate food in the context of the national food security

Right to Food Guidelines
Adopted by the 127th Session of the FAO Council, November 2004.
The objective of the Voluntary Guidelines is to provide practical guidance to States in their implementation of the progressive realization of the right to adequate food in the context of national food security.
Available in English, Español, Français, العربية, 中文, Русский and Nepalese.

RIGHT TO FOOD GUIDELINES
Assessment,Capacity Development,Legal Issues,Monitoring,Policy
   

The Voluntary Guidelines in brief

Guidelines in brief, 2006.
The Voluntary Guidelines in Brief presents the most essential elements of the Voluntary Guidelines in focusing on the right to food, why the right to food should be implemented and how the right to food adds to food security.
Available in English, Español, Français.

RIGHT TO FOOD GUIDELINES
Assessment,Capacity Development,Legal Issues,Monitoring,Policy,Advocacy,Educational Tools
   

Voluntary Guidelines, the Human Right to Food

Flyer, 2005.
This flyer provides a brief overview of what the right to food is, why the right to food should be implemented, how the right to food adds to food security and explains what the “Voluntary Guidelines on The Right to Food” are.
Available in English, Español, Français.

RIGHT TO FOOD GUIDELINES
Assessment,Capacity Development,Legal Issues,Monitoring,Policy
   
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