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As insecurity continues to spread, our report shares civil society concerns and makes recommendations for the UN.
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The Zero Hunger campaign enabled 28 million people to achieve food and nutrition security. Our report looks at what made this possible.
Extreme inequality is a threat to global progress. Our briefing calls for the world's economic leaders to counter this growing trend.
21 Apr 2014
Most analyses of violence in Darfur ignore the local...
08 Apr 2014
The Revised Edition of the Right to be Heard is about people claiming their right to a better life....
07 Apr 2014
The Queen 'Mamohato Memorial Hospital in Lesotho was built under a public–private partnership...
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How the failure to tackle climate change threatens all aspects of food security – availability, access, utilisation, and stability. The changing climate is jeopardising gains in the fight against hunger, and it looks set to worsen. This paper sets out how further impacts on global food security can be averted.Urgent action is needed, to avoid further climate change, address our broken food system, and strengthen its resilience.
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