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Food Sovereignty

By Michael Windfuhr,Jennie Jonsén
ISBN: 9781853396106
This ITDG Working Paper describes the development, basic assumptions and underlying analyses of the food sovereignty framework and how it relates to the current problems in rural and agricultural policies, and discusses possible policy constraints to its adoption

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  • Synopsis
    The current problems of hunger and malnutrition, as well as rural poverty, have become a priority challenge for international policy. The food sovereignty framework focuses attention on the international organizations and the causes of hunger and malnutrition. This ITDG Working Paper describes the development, basic assumptions and underlying analyses of the food sovereignty framework and how it relates to the current problems in rural and agricultural policies, and discusses possible policy constraints to its adoption. It concludes with an encouragement to take the approach seriously and an invitation to join the discussion on the further development of the food sovereignty framework
  • Table of Contents
    Prelims (Contents, Preface, Acknowledgements, Acronyms, Executive Summary)
    1. Food Sovereignty
  • Details
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    Author Michael Windfuhr,Jennie Jonsén
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    Number of Pages 64
    Format Paperback / softback