El desafío del hambre. La seguridad alimentaria en nuestro mundo globalizado, Informe de Manos Unidas, Abril de 2013 (to be available shortly in EN)
As we find ourselves nearing the mid-way point of this year’s Lenten period, are you satisfied that you’re doing your bit to contribute to a food-secure future for all? Why not bolster your commitments by signing up to a new online pledge launched by the Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA) to reduce food consumption and take concrete actions against food waste throughout Lent and beyond?
Biofuels and Food Security: CIDSE Inputs on the zero-draft of the HLPE Study, January 2013
Undeterred by sub-zero temperatures, Misereor partner Hellen Yego, a Kenyan farmer, joined Misereor colleagues and me as we hit the streets of Berlin last Saturday in a public march against agribusiness.
On Human Rights Day, CIDSE reminds world leaders why the Right to Food and climate justice go hand in hand on the pathway to sustainable development
L’appât du grain : L’agrobusiness - Quels enjeux pour l’agriculture paysanne ? Document d’analyse politique d’Entraide et Fraternité, novembre 2012
CIDSE partner Rahmawati Retno Winarni of Indonesian Sawit Watch about the negative impacts of palm oil production in her country.
The Right to food was at the heart of a debate on the future of the Millennium Development Goals from a food security perspective, held by CIDSE, Caritas Europa, Caritas international Belgium, and CYNDEP, at the European Development Days - Europe's premier forum on international affairs and development cooperation - in Brussels last week.
Adoption Global Strategic Framework heralds new era in fight against hunger, CIDSE – Catholic development agencies says (Available in EN-ES-FR)
This week (15-20 Oct) in Rome, CIDSE urges decision makers to support ecological food production systems to reduce emissions and increase agriculture’s resistance to climate change. Our latest publication analyses the link between food and climate in detail.