Official Dialogue Feedback to the United Nations 2021 Food Systems Summit
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The independent dialogue aims to compile stories and lessons learned from practices in the field, both successful and less successful practices, as well as to discuss potential solutions which are suitable with Indonesia condition to realize a sustainable, healthy, fair and resilient food systems. This dialogue will involve food actors and stakeholders, especially at the grassroots level, including youth, women, and indigenous communities to share their experiences. In terms of process, the dialogue will divide the Indonesian archipelago into food system regions, grouping the participants into areas with similar food systems (e.g., big cities, Java and Bali, Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi, Papua and Maluku, and Nusa Tenggara). The experiences and stories of best and perhaps worst practices will be compiled and discussed as to: what are the prerequisites or conditions for success of food system activities in Indonesia and what are the recipe for failure. Some of the stories will also be written as short stories and compiled in a book. A policy brief will be written as an output of the dialogue. This dialogue is also intended to further complement the results of the member state dialogues that have been organized by the National Convenor in April and August 2021