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Development 57.2 'Nutrition' is out now!
Volume 57.2 of Development - the quarterly journal of the Society for International Development - was produced in the lead-up to the Second International Conference on Nutrition (...
Sustainability: Design for the pluriverse
Introduction The world has changed immensely since the Earth Summit in Rio of 1992. China has taken on a tremendous role in the global economy; a realignment in global geopolitics...
Social movements statement to the ICN2
Rome, 19-21 November 2014 | Social Movements around the world are deeply disappointed in the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) process and outcome documents that...
Public interest CSOs and social movements forum final declaration to the Second International Conference on Nutrition
It is unacceptable that in a world of plenty more than 800 million of our brothers and sisters go to bed hungry every night and over half a billion are obese. More than 150...
Governments must rededicate to women's and girls' rights commitments
Civil Society Organizations were discussing the progress made in the field of women's and girls' rights 20 years since the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (BDPfA) was...
Public interest CSOs vision statement on nutrition
Our common understanding of the challenges of malnutrition in all its forms Understanding the challenge of malnutrition in all its forms requires a holistic and multidisciplinary...
UN Financing for Development negotiations: What outcomes should be agreed in Addis Ababa in 2015?
Executive summary 2015 will be a landmark year for the global fight against poverty and for equitable and sustainable development, with three crucial summits in just six months. A...
SID Greater Horn Quarterly issue 2 explores Somalia's rebuilding process
It is time to end extreme inequality. Oxfam 'Even it Up' campaign and report
The Oxfam report Even it Up: Time to End Extreme Inequality details how the richest people in the world have more money than they could ever spend while hundreds of millions live...
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