Displaying items by tag: G8 - CIDSE
Smallholder farmers – not transnational corporations – must be at the center of G7 food security policies
CIDSE is signatory to a joint call of more than 80 civil society organisations on the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition in Africa.
Investments in agriculture are urgently needed; with agriculture being the main source of livelihoods for people living in hunger, the importance of this sector to poverty alleviation is clear. The kind of investments needed, however, is hotly debated.
G8 New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition: Open letters of concern and other resources, June 2013.
CIDSE Highlights No.12, May-June 2013
Civil society letter to G8 and EU leaders on Tax Automatic Information Exchange for developing countries (13/06/2013) (available in EN – DE - FR)
The G8’s “New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition in Africa” ignores human rights and the root causes of hunger
In a new report to be launched at a panel debate with African food producers' organisations on 4 June 2013, CIDSE and EAA sharply criticize the G8’s “New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition in Africa” for ignoring human rights and the root causes of hunger and instead seeking solutions through a market orientation. (Available in EN -ES-FR)
Whose Alliance? The G8 and the Emergence of a Global Corporate Regime for Agriculture, CIDSE and EAA Recommendations, May 2013 (available in EN - ES - FR)