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“Food security and nutrition: building a global narrative towards 2030”

2020 will be a milestone in the advancement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with only ten years left before the 2030 deadline. Ten years after the CFS reform, this report aims to take stock of what CFS has done, with the support of the HLPE. It will assess how past CFS policy recommendations have contributed or could contribute to FSN and to the 2030 Agenda. This stocktaking analysis should be framed within the CFS vision and take into account the perspectives of the most affected by food insecurity and malnutrition.

Rather than simply summarising previous HLPE reports, the objective of this report is to articulate, for decision-makers and non-expert readers, the main findings of previous HLPE publications (including the two notes on critical and emerging issues)[1] in a global, coherent and comprehensive narrative around FSN and sustainable development, integrating different forms of knowledge. This report will reflect the current state of knowledge as evidenced in previous HLPE publications, as well as the most recent developments of knowledge on FSN related issues.

Launch of the new Report will take place Thursday, 25 June 2020 1100-1400 GMT via Zoom – join here

https://fao.zoom.us/j/92880234544

Meeting ID: 928 8023 4544
Password: 020509

Notes from the Report can be seen here – http://www.fao.org/cfs/cfs-hlpe/critical-and-emerging-issues/en/

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