FAO Liaison Office in Brussels

Registrations to the 2022 World Food Forum Flagship Event are now open!


The WFF Annual Meeting is the culmination of all the activities of the year, including policy and scientific discussions (Youth Assembly*), innovation awards (finals of the Transformative Research Challenge, including the PPR special prize, and Startup Innovation Awards, including the Resilience Innovation Award), educational activities (YUNGA Labs, Teachers’ Labs and School Assembly), capacity development workshops, exhibitions, side events and cultural activities. It will also introduce the newly established Young Scientists Group, made up of 20 extraordinary scientists under the age of 35, along with the global Focal Points Group of the Youth Assembly that provides strategic direction and supports the drafting process of youth positions and policies. Youth participants are expected from all members of FAO and public and private partners of the WFF, including Indigenous Youth and representatives of other vulnerable communities.