kouyo elisabeth keturah/ FOUNDER KEKA, Young innovative leaders for resilient agriculture
لغة فعالية الحوار
Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
نطاق التركيز الجغرافي
Angola, Argentina, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Chad, Congo, Côte D'Ivoire, France, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Togo
يُرجى مراجعة التفاصيل أدناه للحصول على معلومات التسجيل إذا كانت متوفرة أو الاتصال بمنظم الحوار إذا كنت ترغب في الحضور.
the right to adequate food is a fundamental human right recognized in 1948 by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This right was then the object of precision and definition. According to Olivier de Shutter, the right to food is:"The right to have regular, permanent and unrestricted access, either directly or by means of financial purchases, to a food that is quantitatively and qualitatively adequate and sufficient corresponding to the cultural traditions of the people to which the consumer belongs, and which provides him with a physical and mental life, individual and collective, fulfilling and free from fear. " It emerges from the above that the full realization of the right to food would contribute to food security, climate resilient agriculture and sustainable food systems! But the reality is quite different. Issues: - Very few African states have incorporated the right to food into their constitutions and national legislation - Many difficulties undermine food systems and African countries are subject to significant food insecurity coupled with the negative impacts of climate change on agriculture! what to do? Discussion process I- Make an inventory of the application of right to food in the constitutions of African countries II-Subsequences for food systems including the inclusion of women and young people III- How could the integration of the right to food contribute to sustainable food systems? (implications, concrete actions, place of young people, innovative ideas, solutions to be provided, zero hunger objective by 2030, carbon neutrality objective)
مصدر الصورة: World bank