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Using the Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition to Promote and Defend the People's Right to Adequate Food, a Manual for Social Movements and Civil Society Organizations, October 2013 (available in EN - ES - FR)
Setting the post-2015 development compass: voices from the ground, a CAFOD Research Paper, September 2013 (available in EN - ES - FR)
Statement by Leaders of Catholic development agencies on the occasion of the release of the IPCC report, 27 September 2013 (available in EN - ES - FR - NL - PT)
Agribusiness and Human Rights: Briefing for Social Movements, September 2013 (available in EN - ES - FR) Investment in agriculture is urgently needed. Agriculture is the main source of livelihood for people living in hunger in developing countries, 50% of whom are smallholder producers, a further 25% are workers in the food industry, and others include indigenous and forest dwellers. The importance of this sector to hunger reduction and poverty alleviation should not be underestimated. The kind of investment needed, however, is an issue which is currently at the heart of many international policy debates on food security and nutrition.
This policy briefing takes examples of concrete situations on the ground, it argues that if effectively implemented, human rights due diligence can help to prevent and address human rights abuses.
Bringing about a paradigm shift towards a just and sustainable world, Report of CIDSE workshop (Brussels, 14-15 May 2013). (Available in EN – ES - FR - DE)
Comunicado de CIDSE a la societad guatemalteca (only available in ES)
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)