The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is undertaking a policy process which will lead to the development of Voluntary Guidelines on Food Systems and Nutrition. This e-consultation outcomes will contribute to the preparation of the First Draft of the Voluntary Guidelines.
Consultations, moderated by the FSN Forum with thematic facilitators, aim to capture the widest possible audience and provide a public platform for transparent and open sharing of ideas and information. They are launched to gather input for policy processes but can also be organized to collect feedback to help facilitators validate and support their technical work. Consultations usually take place over three to six weeks and are complemented with background materials that inform the exchange. For each consultation, a proceedings document containing all contributions received is made available on the Forum website. Forum members receive regular updates on the latest comments and feedback from the facilitator(s). The FSN Forum team then prepares an impartial, analytical summary of all contributions received. The results of the consultations generally feed into policy documents, such as CFS Voluntary Guidelines and global and regional policy frameworks related to the SDGs.
The consultation invites you to provide feedback and suggestions on the outline of the Voluntary Codes of Conduct (CoC) for the reduction of food loss and food waste, which are currently being developed at the request of the FAO Committee on agriculture (COAG).
This consultation invites you to provide your experiences and insights on the development of agri-PPPs in Africa. It will serve to enrich the roundtable dialogue with additional insights for policy makers and expand the inclusiveness of the exercise. This particular consultation focuses on agri-PPPs in Zambia.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has been formulated to guide the actions of the international community over the 15 years period from 2016 to 2030.
With the implementation phase now in full swing, we would like to hear about your first-hand experience on how the SDGs have changed your work and life and what impact they have had so far in your countries.
Effective multi-stakeholder dialogue and collaboration to improve the design, implementation and impact of Public-Private Partnerships in Africa’s agricultural sector
This consultation will serve to enrich the roundtable dialogues FAO and AUC will organize in Ghana and other selected African countries to discuss opportunities for the promotion of agri-PPPs. Its aim is to provide additional insights for policy makers and allow a broad range of stakeholders to share their experiences and vision on the development of agri-PPPs in Africa.
The Government of the Republic of Tajikistan identified one of the Country Framework Programme’s priority areas as “enhancing national food and nutritional security and safety”. In this open online consultation, we would like to give you a space to share your views on what is most needed to design and implement coherent policies that mutually reinforce each other.
Food Security and Nutrition: Building a global narrative towards 2030 - HLPE e-consultation on the Report’s scope
During its 45th Plenary Session the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) requested its High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE) to produce a short report entitled “Food Security and Nutrition: Building a global narrative towards 2030” to be presented by the first semester 2020. To implement this CFS request, the HLPE is launching an open e-consultation to seek views and comments on the following scope and building blocks of the report.
Addressing the challenges and realizing the potential benefits of migration to improve nutrition and food security in the Europe and Central Asia region
External and internal migration flows can have a significant impact on poverty, food security, nutrition and the development of rural areas due to their demographic, economic and societal implications.
We invite you to share your views and experiences on how migration and the remittance flow it generates can influence food security, nutrition and rural development.
Strengthening the linkages between agriculture and social protection. Designing coherent approaches for improving food security and nutrition in vulnerable households
Evidence has shown that social protection programs can sustainably move people out of poverty only when integrated into broader livelihood promotion and rural development strategies.
To explore this nexus further and to learn from the diverse experiences in developing and applying social protection schemes that are coherent with agricultural policies, we would like to invite you to take part in this online consultation.
The Sustainable Food Systems Programme (SFS Programme) of the UN One Planet network (10YFP) is currently developing a publication on key approaches, concepts and terms in relation to sustainable food systems.
The goal of this consultation is to further open up the drafting phase to the entire SFS Programme network and beyond, to the widest possible set of stakeholders.