On the occasion of Human Rights Day, FIAN International releases its annual publication, ‘Right to Food Journal’. The publication puts under the spotlight the increasing influence of transnational corporations over policy-making, as well as its detrimental impact on the realization of the human right to food and nutrition.
The 2014 edition of the Right to Food Journal highlights the advantages of working with the broadened concept of the human right to adequate food and nutrition.
The Right to Food Journal, Vol. 8, published in October 2013, has tackled important developments taking place nationally and internationally at the right to food level, and has organized some relevant cases in eight articles in various topics.
The FIAN Right to Food Journal, formerly the Right to Food Quarterly, provides experts, activists and other interested persons with information and analysis on the right to food and on important trends concerning Economic, Social and Cultural rights.
This edition of the Right to Food Quarterly opens with a feature by the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Olivier de Schutter, who presents a convincing argument that agroecological modes of production can help to address global inequalities in food supply.
Heidelberg/Stuttgart/Utrecht, October 7, 2010 - On the occasion of World Food Day 2010, the second issue of the Right to Food and Nutrition Watch will be presented to the public in over twenty countries by representatives of the thirteen civil society organizations that are working together to publish this review.
2009 has been a particularly difficult year. For the first time in history, the number of undernourished people in the world surpassed the appalling number of 1 billion.
The Human Right to Food perspective is crucial in order to address the immediate and root causes of the current World Food Crisis.
The Human Right to Food perspective is crucial to address the immediate and root causes of the current World Food Crisis.