The importance of agroecology for the Sustainable Development Goals
On 03/11/2021 and 03/16/2021, the Director-General of the Zero Hunger Institute, José Graziano da Silva, discussed the importance of agroecology for the future of agriculture in “ Permanent Forum: Sustainable Development and Agroecology Goals ”at Unicamp and the“ World Organic Forum ”by Akademie Schloss Kirchberg….
Zero Hunger Institute and Research Group on Agriculture, Food and Development (GEPAD – UFRGS) establish a commitment to cooperation.
Zero Hunger Institute and Research Group on Agriculture, Food and Development at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul join efforts to promote healthy and sustainable food for all. Rio de Janeiro, April 27, 2021- The fight against hunger and the promotion of sufficient,…
Food for Justice launches research report “Effects of the pandemic on food consumption and on the situation of food security in Brazil”
Food for Justice: Power, Politics, and Food Inequalities in a Bioeconomy is a Junior Research Group based at the Institute for Latin American Studies from the Freie Universität Berlin. The research group looks into social mobilization targeted at injustices in the food system and into…
Italy to set the stage for UN Food Systems Summit with three-day event that will deliver bold new ambitions.
Wednesday 17 March, ROME – The United Nations and the Government of Italy announced today that the Pre-Summit gathering for the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit will be in Rome, Italy from July 19 to July 21, 2021. Under the leadership of UN Secretary-General António Guterres and…
Public Health Experts Take On UN’s Zero Hunger Challenge
A new initiative, the Community for Zero Hunger, was launched this week. It will identify the greatest gaps that remain in reducing hunger and malnutrition, and leverage the private sector to help fill those gaps at scale.
The Zero Hunger Institute and the Fight against the Scourges of Hunger and Malnutrition
Necessidade Permanente de Enfrentar a Insegurança Alimentar Motiva a Criação do Instituto Fome Zero
Sob a liderança do ex-Diretor-Geral da FAO, José Graziano da Silva, o Instituto nasce para promover estudos e políticas de combate à fome, e à todas as formas de má nutrição – em atendimento aos compromissos do Brasil e de todos os países do mundo.
From Fome Zero to Zero Hunger
his book not only traces the evolution of the implementation of Zero Hunger over the years, but shows how its principles and concepts took root in all regions, from Latin America and the Caribbean to Africa and Asia. The book presents the different contributions made by the partners involved, from the whole UN System – through the Zero Hunger Challenge – to family farmer platforms, civil society, and parliamentary fronts against hunger and malnutrition.
What is wrong with our food system? A talk by Prof Jose Graziano da Silva
In October 2019 the Future Food Beacon hosted outgoing Director-General of FAO, Prof Jose Graziano da Silva, in Nottingham. Prof da Silva gave a talk titled ‘What is wrong with our food system?’ to our audience. You can watch the live recording of this talk.
FAO’s goal: Healthy food for all, based on sustainable agricultural development
Focusing only on producing more food is not enough, it is also crucial to produce food, that is healthy and nutritious in a way that preserves the environment, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said today ( 24 May) at the Caritas Internationalis’ General Assembly in Rome.