Farmer research networks are key to building a more relevant and inclusive food systems.
Civil society organizations, scientists and Indigenous peoples are taking a stand against UN Food Systems Summit’s agenda.
Africa’s largest civil society network and its allies are calling on investors to stop funding programs that promote an extractive model agriculture in Africa.
This UN Food Systems Summit, led by Oatly and Food Tank, will convene mission-driven food companies to share their challenges, opportunities and visions for the future and collect their perspectives as input for the UN Sustainable Food Summit.
During a panel hosted by Food Tank, the Global Alliance for the Future of Food, and IFAD, experts discuss the need to increase public research engages with and addresses the needs of communities.
Transforming the food system will take great effort and requires a systems based approach. By working toward these five aspirations, it is possible to build a more equitable food system that provides nutritious food for all.