The High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to world food security and nutrition.
It provides independent, comprehensive and evidence-based analysis, and elaborates its studies through a scientific, transparent and inclusive process.
To respond to the CFS request, the HLPE-FSN is launching an open e-consultation to seek views and comments on the V0 draft of the report “Reducing inequalities for food security and nutrition”. The report will provide recommendations to the CFS workstream on inequalities.
Iain Wright's remarks at the FAO Science and Innovation Forum side event "Sustainable livestock production as a solution for climate, health, nutrition and livelihoods: Framing role of livestock - a multi problem solving solution"; 13 October 2022.
Key-messages by the CFS HLPE-FSN Chairperson, Prof. Dr. Bernard Lehmann, at the launch of the report “Data collection and analysis tools for Food Security and Nutrition: towards enhancing effective, inclusive, evidence-informed, decision making” - 16 September 2022, Rome.
The report calls for rethinking the way data is used for food security and nutrition.
The CFS HLPE-FSN Note on Critical, Emerging and Enduring Issues for Food Security and Nutrition is now available in all UN official languages.
Meet the Steering Committee
15 world-renowned experts, appointed by the Bureau of the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) to serve as members of the Steering Committee of the HLPE-FSN, from the closure of CFS 49 Plenary session
(14 October 2021) until the closure of the CFS Plenary session of October 2023.