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COP 27- Global Food Security and Sustainable Food Production

COP 27- Global Food Security and Sustainable Food Production

The recent surge in hunger has exposed the fragility of the global food system. In a recent letter to world leaders, more than 70 groups, including the 200-million-member Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa, are urging greater investment in agroecology practices and other forms of sustainable food production.  In the longer term, it must be a political priority to involve farmers in decision-making and to address the historical injustices and inequities that plague our food system.   Click here to read more.  

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Making Refugee-Inclusive Education a Priority

Jan 18, 2024

“Having an inclusive policy environment is one of the first steps to ensuring refugees have access to the same learning opportunities as host countrynationals.” – Global Partnership for Education... Read more

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