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Just published : 2nd Note on Critical and Emerging Issues for Food Security and Nutrition (27 April 2017), prepared for the Committee on World Food Security. The preparation of this note was inspired by the event organized on 1 December 2016.

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Looking back on the HLPE seminar

'Identifying Critical and Emerging Issues for Food Security and Nutrition : The contribution of science to the global policy debate'

1st December 2016, Agropolis International – Montpellier (France)

 

The HLPE has met in Montpellier (Agropolis International) from 29th November to 1st December 2016; it is Chaired by Mr Patrick Caron (France), formerly the General Delegate for Research and Strategy at CIRAD

On this occasion Agropolis International and the UNESCO Chair in World Food Systems have organized a bilingual open seminar of the HLPE on 1st December 2016.

The seminar gathered 100 participants: institutional stakeholders and from the professional field, the economic world, the research sector and the civil society.

Issues :

Identifying Critical and Emerging Issues for Food Security and Nutrition
How can science contribute to the global policy debate?

 

Consult the video of the event

Welcome speech and presentation of HLPE

Welcome : Bernard Hubert, President of Agropolis International
Presentation of HLPE : Patrick Caron, HLPE Chair

HLPE International Seminar on Food Security and Nutrition in Montpellier, 1st December 2016 : Welcome & from agropolis International on Vimeo.

 

HLPE Report #10 - Sustainable agricultural development for food security & nutrition : what roles for livestock?

Main finding and critical and emerging issues raised in the report
President of the session : Michel Eddi, Cirad President Director General
1 - Wilfrid Legg, HLPE member
2 - Alexandre Ickowicz, director of UMR SELMET
3 - Etienne Gangneron, FNSEA
4 - Mathieu Bertrand, Agronomists and Veterinarians without borders
5 - Hervé Durand, Vice Director General, Ministry of Agriculture, food and forest

HLPE Report #10 - Sustainable agricultural developement for food security & nutrition : what roles for livestock? from agropolis International on Vimeo.

 

Identifying Critical and Emerging Issues for FSN : the HLPE process - Part 1

Round table about food security issues in rich countries
President of the session : Nicolas Bricas, chair of the UNESCO Chair in World Food
Speakers:
1 - Sophia Murphy, member ot HLPE steering committee
2 - Marion Guillou, President of Agreenium, former member ot HLPE steering committee
3 - Nicole Darmon , a researcher in nutrition at Inra
4- Magali Ramel, ATD Quart Monde, a PhD student in law sciences specializing in food law

Identifying Critical and Emerging Issues for FSN : the HLPE process - 1st part from agropolis International on Vimeo.

 

Identifying Critical and Emerging Issues for FSN : the HLPE process - Part 2

Round table about food security issues in rich countries
President of the session : Nicolas Bricas, chair of the UNESCO Chair in World Food
Speakers:
1 - Philippe Collin, Confédération Paysanne
2 - Christian Roqueirol, Via Campesina (European coordination)
3 - Anne Bichard, IRAM
4- Eve Fouilleux, a researcher in political sciences, CNRS - Cirad
5 - Sébastien Subsol, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development – Food security department

Identifying Critical and Emerging Issues for FSN : the HLPE process - 2nd part from agropolis International on Vimeo.

 

Concluding remarks International Seminar : Carol Kalafic, HLPE Vice Chair

Concluding remarks International Seminar : Carol Kalafic, HLPE Vice Chair - 1st December 2016, Montpellier from agropolis International on Vimeo.

 

All the presentations are available on Vimeo channel : https://vimeo.com/channels/hlpe2016montpellier




About HLPE

HLPE

 

The High Level Panel of Experts (HLPE) on food security and nutrition has been created in 2010 as part of the reform of the international governance of food security to advise the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) after the 2008 “hunger riots”.

Key functions of the HLPE::

As directed by the CFS Plenary and Bureau, the HLPE will:

  • Assess and analyze the current state of food security and nutrition and its underlying causes.

  • Provide scientific and knowledge-based analysis and advice on specific policy-relevant issues, utilizing existing high quality research, data and technical studies.

  • Identify emerging issues, and help members prioritize future actions and attentions on key focal areas.

The HLPE advises the CFS and its works serve as the basis for political negotiations.
Open to a wide group of stakeholders, the CFS is the foremost intergovernmental and international platform dealing with food security and nutrition. In partnership with the stakeholders involved, it formulates and approves recommendations and orientations overs issues related to food security and nutrition. It reports on its activities to the General Assembly of the UN.

 

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