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.
Expert lecturers from Tanzania, Netherlands, Germany and South Africa join a series of lectures and discussions with students at partner universities throughout Europe on the right to food.
Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.
Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.
Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.
Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.
Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.
The global significance of soils demands global responses. 2015 is the International Year of Soils. In this year, the United Nations wants to further the goal of soil protection. This Soil Atlas shows what can succeed and why the soil should concern us all.
Food is a necessity. And it’s very personal. Satisfaction reflects ethical decisions, and private concerns can be very political in nature.