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“Investing in smallholder agriculture for food security and nutrition”, Comments on the Zero Draft of the HLPE Study, 30 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.
The following CIDSE members work in South Sudan
Climate-smart Agriculture – A useful paradigm for Development?, Climate change and agriculture 2nd Edition, Paper 1, Misereor, October 2012
From the ore to the car - Mining conditions and supply chains in the commodity sector and the responsibility of the German automobile industry. A study by Misereor, Global Policy Forum Europe and Brot für die Welt, September 2012 (Full report in GE - Executive summary available in EN - ES and FR)
How to Bring about Change - CIDSE discussion paper (Available in EN - FR)
Negotiations on the final declaration of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development are drawing to a close, with some observers reporting that a final text is ready for heads of state and government to rubberstamp. The international alliance of Catholic development agencies CIDSE denounces the current text, which fails to do what the world urgently needs for a more sustainable and just future.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, MISEREOR and CIDSE invite to a debate covering various perspectives on inclusive growth, development and sustainability with three top-level experts from Peru, South Africa, and India.
Read more about our participation at the People's Summit and the official UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) in June 2012.
Führungswechsel beim größten katholischen Hilfswerk: Am 23. März wird MISEREOR Haupt- geschäftsführer Josef Sayer von Pfarrer Pirmin Spiegel abgelöst.