Comentarios oficiales del Diálogo para la Cumbre de las Naciones Unidas sobre los Sistemas Alimentarios de 2021
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UNICEF committed to engage with and involve the voice of children and young people to inform the global and national narratives for the transformation of food systems in favor of nutritious, safe, affordable and sustainable diets. UNICEF hosted food system dialogues with school-age children and adolescents (10-19 years) in 18 countries across seven world regions. To accommodate this younger age group, UNICEF partnered with Western Sydney University (WSU) to adapt the method recommended by the Convenors Reference Manual so that it was more age appropriate.
A set of workshop-based participatory activities were developed to explore children’s experiences of food poverty and climate change on their diets, with a focus on documenting children’s calls to action to underpin changes to their food systems. Workshops were rooted in the Summit’s Principles of Engagement and were implemented by trained representatives of UNICEF Country Offices and facilitating partners.
NOTE: Two workshops were conducted in State of Palestine, one in Gaza (face to face) focusing on climate change and the second in West Bank (online) focusing on food poverty.