“Policies against Hunger XIV” Conference on 27 and 28 June 2023 in Berlin


Berlin, 16 May 2023 - “Politics Against Hunger XIV” will take place on 27 and 28 June 2023 in Berlin. Registration is possible from today.

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The 14th “Policies against Hunger” Conference under the topic “Human rights-based approaches to food systems transformation” provides a platform for the exchange between different stakeholders and aims to commonly develop guidelines for food systems transformation that can be derived from a human rights perspective.

There will be a special focus on the following issues, to be discussed in four parallel working groups:

  1. Crises resilience of food systems; 
  2. the role of smallholders in food systems transformation; 
  3. better governance to transform our food systems; 
  4. the role of CFS in advancing the right to adequate food.

To this end, the conference will bring together representatives from politics and administration, international organisations, civil society, the private sector and academia to exchange views on the transformation of food systems internationally and to discuss how to shift to a systems approach in order to make food systems more sustainable, resilient and just.

Please register as soon as possible using the following link: https://www.policies-against-hunger.de/en/register-for-the-conference/register-for-the-conference.

Registration ends on June 16, 2023 and is free of charge.

Background Information

Organised by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture since 2001, “Policies against Hunger” conferences provide a platform for moving hunger and malnutrition into the spotlight of international discussions on food security.

Common findings and recommendations of conference participants will inform international efforts to advance food systems transformation, e.g. in the context of the 2030 Agenda, the follow-up to the United Nations Food Summit and the work in the United Nations Committee on World Food Security (CFS), as well as national policy-making.

(source: BMEL)

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