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by Jennie Jonsen,Michael Windfuhr

eBook Food Sovereignty: Towards Democracy in Localized Food Systems (ITDG Working Papers) ePub
Author: Jennie Jonsen,Michael Windfuhr
Language: English
ISBN: 1853396109
ISBN13: 978-1853396106
Publisher: Practical Action (July 2005)
Pages: 64
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 320
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ePub file: 1986 kb
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FOOD SOVEREIGNTY: towards democracy in localized food systems" by Michael Windfuhr and Jennie Jonsén, FIAN. Provides information on the Food Sovereignty Policy Framework. International Planning Committee for Food Sovereignty". The International NGO/CSO Planning Committee - IPC is a global network of NGOs/CSOs concerned with food sovereignty issues and programs.

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Towards democracy in localized food systems. Michael Windfuhr and Jennie Jonsén FIAN-International. Published by ITDG Publishing The Schumacher Centre for Technology and Development, Bourton Hall.

Food Sovereignty is a policy framework for the governance of food and agriculture, which addresses the problems of hunger and poverty in a new and innovative way. This paper illustrates how the Food Sovereignty policy framework has developed and what the basic assumptions. This paper illustrates how the Food Sovereignty policy framework has developed and what the basic assumptions and underlying analysis are. It analyses how the framework relates to the current problems in rural and agricultural policies and discusses possible policy constraints to adoption of the Food Sovereignty policy framework.

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Informationen zum Titel Food Sovereignty aus der Reihe ITDG Working Papers A practical analysis of the Food Sovereignty framework – the new proposition – by social movements all over the world, for the governance of food, and agriculture. This is a book for everyone interested in questions related to how to combat hunger and malnutrition as well as rural poverty – non-governmental and civil society organizations, governmental officials, and decisionmakers at the national and international level.

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* A practical analysis of the Food Sovereignty framework--the new proposition--by social movements all over the world, for the governance of food, and agriculture.* Provides a useful summary of how the framework has developed and the possible policy constraints to its adoption.The current problems of hunger and malnutrition, as well as rural poverty, have become a priority challenge for international policy, and traditional approaches have failed to address the problems adequately. The latest figures from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization show the number of chronically hungry in developing countries has been increasing at a rate of almost five million per year--from 800 million to 852 million.The "food sovereignty framework" focuses attention on the international organizations (World Trade Organization, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, etc.) and the causes of hunger and malnutrition. It focuses on national policies that can be oriented towards reducing rural poverty and eliminating hunger and malnutrition.This ITDG Working Paper describes the development, basic assumptions and underlying analyses of the food sovereignty framework and how it relates to the current problems in rural and agricultural policies, and discusses possible policy constraints to its adoption. It concludes with an encouragement to take the approach seriously and an invitation to join the discussion on the further development of the food sovereignty framework.This is a book for everyone interested in questions related to how to combat hunger and malnutrition as well as rural poverty--non-governmental and civil society organizations, governmental officials, and decisionmakers at the national and international level.
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