Prior to the 2020 conference, IFPRI commissioned an independent impact assessment report in order to determine the impact of the Conference on individual participants, professional discourse, organizational participants, and IFPRI itself.
Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security, the newly released 2020 Conference book, edited by Shenggen Fan, Rajul Pandya-Lorch, and Sivan Yosef, assesses shocks, reviews approaches and tools, and identifies what works to build resilience.
The Aid and International Development Forum recently featured a guest blog post from Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Head of IFPRI’s 2020 Vision Initiative.
In a recent Conference Report published in the journal Food Security, Timothy R. Frankenberger and Mark A. Constas reflect on the 2020 conference.
The synopsis and highlights video from the 2020 Conference on “Building Resilience to Food and Nutrition Security” are now available.
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.
Session notes from rapporteurs are now available for 2020 Conference parallel sessions on May 16 and 17. Explore these notes to read more about the key points and discussions from each session.
Videos from the 2020 Conference side events are now available! Explore the 21 side events to watch videos of individual speakers or the full sessions.
Farming First’s June 2014 newsletter features several outputs from its partnership with IFPRI for the 2020 Conference including an animated infographic series, a summary of the #2020Resilience Twitter chat, guest blog posts from resilience experts, and highlights from the communicators’ workshop held prior to the 2020 Conference in Addis Ababa.