Advocacy on the right to food based on the analysis of government budgets

Authors: Ann Blyberg, Frank Mischler / Editors: José Mª Medina Rey, Mª Teresa de Febrer (PROSALUS)

Right to Food Handbooks 8, 2014.

This handbook provides information on some of the aspects in which the public budget plays an important role for the realization of the right to food. It also addresses the implementation of advocacy actions based on an analysis of government budgets.

The content of this handbook is based on the FAO’s guide "Budget Work to Advance the Right to Food". The budget is a concrete and objective way to measure a government´s commitment with the realization of the right to food. Its analysis can thus be a very useful tool for civil society organizations, legislators and human rights commissions involved in the realization of the right to food.


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