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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
   

Legislate for the Right to Food

"How to" Series, 2007.
Legislative measures for the implementation of the human right to adequate food are highlighted both in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and in the Right to Food Guidelines. The three distinct legislative areas to consider, constitutional provisions, framework law and sectoral legislation, are briefly explained in this paper. Available in English, Español, Français.

TRAINING AND ADVOCACY MATERIALS
Legal Issues,Entitlements,International Law,National Legislation,Obligations,Recourse Mechanisms,Advocacy,Educational Tools
   

Monitor the Realization of the Right to Food

"How to" Series, 2007.
The right to food is still not realized for many people. It is therefore crucial to monitor the realization of the right to food. This paper “Monitor the Realization of the Right to Food” focuses on how to monitor the right to food, what the monitoring on the right to food should focus on and who should monitor the right to food? 
Available in English, Español, Français.

TRAINING AND ADVOCACY MATERIALS
Monitoring,Analysis,Indicators,Institutional Capacity,Targets,Methodologies,Advocacy,Educational Tools
   

What is the Right to Food?

Brief, 2007.
This document is a part of the Right to Food Essential Package. The Right to Food Essential Package provides you with all the documents you will need in order to understand what the right to food is, information about policies and law, examples of best practices and the right to food in action.
Available in English, Español, Français.

ESSENTIAL PACKAGE
Food Security and Nutrition,Capacity Development,Legal Issues,Advocacy,Training
   

Questions and Answers

Flyer, 2007.
This document is a part of the Right to Food Essential Package. The Right to Food Essential Package provides you with all the documents you will need in order to understand what the right to food is, information about policies and law, examples of best practices and the right to food in action. This flyer briefly explains what the right to food in form of questions and answers. Available in English, Español, Français.

ESSENTIAL PACKAGE
Food Security and Nutrition,Capacity Development,Legal Issues,Advocacy,Training
   

The Right to Food in Practice, implementation at the national level

Paper, 2006.
This Right to Food paper gives practical guidance as to how to implement the right to food at national level with examples of best practice from various countries.
In addition, it also clarifies how the human-rights-based approach to food security offers new ways of identifying, analysing and solving the problems that underlie hunger and poverty. Available in English, Español, Français, 中文, العربية

TRAINING AND ADVOCACY MATERIALS
Capacity Development,Advocacy,Institutional 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
   

The Right to Food - Putting it into Practice

Brief, 2005.
These 8 briefs explain how the Voluntary Guidelines can be used in practice to implement the right to food. The briefs highlight how a right-to-food approach differs from conventional approaches to development and how it can enhance the latter.
Available in: English | Español | Français

RIGHT TO FOOD GUIDELINES
Capacity Development,Training,Empowerment,Advocacy,Policy,Coordination
   
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