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Re-embedding nutrition in society, nature and politics
By Stefano Prato and Nicola Bullard This issue of Development was prepared in the lead-up to the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2), an intergovernmental...
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 (...
At ICN2, civil society charts alternative path to nutrition based on food sovereignty
Nutrition is considered a technical matter by most. Indeed, the conference negotiations attempted to de-root nutrition from its intimate relations with the nature of food systems...
Five points to take away from the ICN2
The Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) took place at FAO headquarters in Rome last week. Jointly organised by FAO and WHO, the conference brought together some...
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...
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...
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The conflict of interest in multilateral negotiation on nutrition, health and trade
The use of the non-state actor (NSA) terminology is not politically neutral and carries risks to democratic decision-making, as it leads to blurring of lines between actors who...
Disappointing outcomes of negotiations on nutrition
Governments met in the FAO Headquarters in Rome from 10-12 October to finalize the Rome Political Declaration and the Framework for Action for the Second International Conference...