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What makes urban food policy happen? Insights from five case studies

Author: Corinna Hawkes, Jess Halliday
Publisher:IPES FOOD
2017

The objective of this report is to provide insights into the factors that enable the development and delivery of urban food policies and how these enablers can be harnessed and barriers overcome. By exploring a series of case studies, the report shares lessons that cities of all sizes and at all stages of food policy development — from small towns that are taking their first steps in designing food-related policy, to big cities that are striving to maintain highly-developed, integrated policies — can learn from as they work to improve their food system.

Organization: Think Thank/ Research Organization
Region: Global coverage
Coverage: Brazil, Canada, Kenya, Netherlands
Areas of focus: Governance and planning
Tags: Food security and nutrition, Food system analysis, Monitor and evaluation