The synopsis and highlights video from the 2020 Conference on “Building Resilience to Food and Nutrition Security” are now available.
Archives for July 2014
Guest blog by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs Immediately following the Building Resilience for Food & Nutrition Security Conference, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs convened its annual Global Food Security Symposium in Washington, DC.
Brussels Development Briefing on ‘Building resilience of SIDS through trade and agribusiness development’ July 11, 2014
What vulnerabilities do Small Island Developing States (SIDS) experience and what opportunities can the agritrade sector provide to build resilience to these challenges? This will be the main focus of the next Brussels Development Briefing on July 11, 2014.
In a Rural 21 article, Detlef Virchow of the Global Horticulture Initiative reflects on the general issues raised throughout the 2020 Conference including the need to recognize the context-specific nature of building resilience and the need for multi-level, multi-sectoral, multi-disciplinary and multi-stakeholer approaches.
During the 2020 Conference, Farming First TV interviewed Mark Rosegrant, Director of the Environment and Production Technology Division at IFPRI, to learn more about the key findings from the IFPRI book on Food Security in a World of Natural Resource Scarcity. Watch the full interview here.
In the third of a three-part series of posts for the Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative (SIANI), Melinda Fones-Sundell shares her experience of the final day of the 2020 Conference with her key takeaway points.
The Global Donor Platform for Rural Development has released its synthesis report of the 2020 Conference. The Platform also reported on select conference sessions. Read more from these session reports here.
Lawrence Haddad, Senior Research Fellow at IFPRI, shares his insights from the 2020 Conference in a post on his Development Horizons blog. His takeaways include the emergence of a definitional consensus, the likely challenges of policy development, and the value added by the concept of resilience.
In a post on the Local First blog, John Coonrod, Executive Vice President of The Hunger Project, shares his takeaways from the 2020 Conference including the importance of communities and strengthening local capacities for resilience, and the new perspectives that a resilience lens can bring to policies and programs.
In a post on the Agriculture for Impact blog, Katrin Glatzel contemplates some of the main messages of the 2020 Conference, and suggests that key actors should continue building on the momentum generated at the event.