Policy and Organizing

    New SOFI Report Demonstrates that the War Against Hunger Can Be Won

    Although over 805 million people are still malnourished, global hunger is diminishing.

    Scaling Up Agroecological Solutions, Farmer to Farmer

    The benefits and use of agroecological farming will be investigated and shared at the International Symposium on Agroecology for Food and Nutrition Security.

    Small Island Developing States Face Unique Development Challenges

    Small Island Developing States are becoming the focus of IFAD’s development discussions.

    Take One Simple Step to Create a Better Food System—Today!

    Take the pledge to stand up for a food system that is fair and just and join the almost 5,000 other supporters!

    Food Recovery: A New Standard in the Food Industry

    Does food recovery hold the key to reducing hunger as our global population hits nine billion by 2015?

    FAO Announces International Symposium on Agroecology

    The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will host an International Symposium on Agroecology for Food Security and Nutrition this September.

    The Need for Long-Term Drought Policy: From Crisis to Risk Management

    There is a call for long-term risk management policy approaches in the context of the increasing severity and longevity of droughts worldwide.

    ROC United Unmasks the National Restaurant Association

    ROC United denounces the detrimental lobbying activities of the National Restaurant Association and calls upon Congress to stop accepting its corporate cash.

    Agrarian Elders are Cultivating the Next Generation of Agricultural Leaders

    The Agrarian Elders Conference held at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, addressed the concerns of America’s original organic farmers.