Study: Introducing the Right to Food in University Curricula
Study: Foreign Direct Investment in Agri-Food Networks in India and Sub-Saharan Africa
Right to Food: Series of Lectures & Discussions at European Universities
"Reichtum" - David Schittek (EcoFair Media)
"Our Daily Bread" – Pavel Ruzyak (EcoFair Media)


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While it is broadly recognised that hunger is “a function of entitlements and not of food availability as such,” there is still a vacuum in research and development education with regard to introducing a human rights/governance lens to teaching.
This new baseline study provides detailed background information on current developments in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) by EU countries in the agricultural sectors of Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and India.
Food is a necessity. And it’s very personal. Satisfaction reflects ethical decisions, and private concerns can be very political in nature.
This study by Miriam Romero presents an analysis of the impacts that short-term land leases to Chinese agricultural investors has on farmers’ livelihoods in Chuang Kwa tract of Mandalay Region in Myanmar.
Food is a necessity, a satisfaction and it's very personal, however do you sometimes wonder where the steak, sausage or burger you are eating comes from? The Meat Atlas sheds light on the impacts of meat and dairy production, and aims to catalyse the debate over the need for better, safer and more sustainable food and farming.
The EU-India free trade agreement threatens food security in India
The European Union (EU) and the Government of India are currently negotiating a bilateral Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Civil society organizations from Germany and India have analyzed the agreement and point to the dangers.
The Case of the Proposed EU-India Free Trade Agreement