The Security Challenge of Food (In)security

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Sep 09, 2021 | Brussels School of Governance, Franz Fischler

In 2015, the international community decided to eradicate hunger and assure food security by 2030 under the UN Sustainable Development Agenda. But this optimism was not backed with action and has been fading ever since. In this special brief by the Brussels School of Governance, former EU Commissioner Franz Fischler looks at the situation of food (in)security, analyses the reasons for fading optimism, and explores means to regain it. He warns that workable solutions will only be found if there is an integrated and networked global approach. Measures must be adapted to specific situations, of course; no one-size-fits-all. First and foremost, food security is now part of international politics. Policy brief_2112_0.pdf


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