| 15-05-2008

Right to Food Quarterly Vol.3, No.1, 2008

The Human Right to Food perspective is crucial to address the immediate and root causes of the current World Food Crisis.

Content:

  • Impact of agrofuels from a right to food perspective, by Sofia Monsalve
  • Getting rid of rights? Not a good idea, by Christian Courtis
  • Civil society's role in promoting the right to food, by Martin Woldpold-Bosien
  • The right to food and mining in West Africa, by Ibrahim Aidara
  • IBSAII - Beginning of a national test phase, by Ana-Maria Suarez Franco
  • Breakthrough for universal social justice, by Sandra Ratjen
  • Guarani-Kaiowa - a people wants peace, by Roseane do Socorro Goncalves Viana
  • Turning land and water into poisonous gold in Ghana, by Mike Anane and Ute Hausmann

  • Unconstitutionality declaration of the Forestry law in Colombia, by Ana-Maria Suarez Franco
  • Marking World Food Day 2007 on Human Rights Day in Norway, by Wenche Barth Eide, Ida-Eline Engh, Chris Mzembe
  • Victory after 12 years of struggle for land in Philippines, by Yifang Tang


Editor: Wilma Strothenke