The Hunger, Nutrition and Climate Justice Conference held in Dublin mid-April 2013 promised to be different. And as the conference’s newly published report shows, the meeting lived up to this expectation.
The main objective of the 2-day gathering on 15 and 16 April was to lead the way in ensuring that future international policy processes are grounded in the realities of people’s lives—in particular smallholders who produce the bulk of the world’s food supply amidst growing resource pressures and a changing climate. To this end, the meeting facilitated global decision makers to have open discussions with farmers from marginalized areas affected by hunger, under-nutrition and climate change. Read more. . .