This volume provides an in-depth analysis of food system shortcomings in three West African cities: Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire; Rabat, Morocco; and Niamey, Niger. The authors draw on quantitative and qualitative field surveys and case studies to offer insightful analyses of political institutions.
The Global Food Security Index (GFSI) is produced by the Economic Intelligence Unit and sponsored by DuPont. This index considers the core issues of affordability, availability, and quality & safety across 113 countries.
First published in 2008, the Right to Food and Nutrition Watch is an annual publication that monitors policies, processes and key issues related to the right to adequate food and nutrition at global, regional, national and local levels.
The emergence of global markets has a far-reaching impact on what we eat and on health, food security, social justice and quality of life. What matters now is not just what we eat, but how and where it has been produced, distributed and processed, and the assumptions upon which this production is based - a global politics of food and health.
In his first report, the Special Rapporteur on the right to food, Michael Fakhri, presents the relationship between trade and human rights and provides principles and an institutional map that can improve understanding of the right to food anew in political, economic and ecological terms.
The Global Nutrition Report is an independent assessment of the state of global nutrition. It is data-led and produced independently each year to cast a light on where progress has been made and identify where challenges remain.
This book is the first comprehensive account of the numerous attempts made since the Second World War to provide food security for all. It provides a reference source for all those involved and interested in food security issues.