Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock

The Global Agenda for sustainable livestock is a multistakeholder partnership, established in 2011. Its secretariat is hosted by the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations in Rome.

Fiche signalétique

  • Département HESB|Haute école des sciences agronomiques,forestières et alimentaires
  • Pôle de recherche Systèmes de production agricole économes en ressources
  • Champ de recherche Agriculture internationale et développement rural
  • Durée (prévue) 01.01.2019 - 31.12.2020
  • Responsable du projet Nancy Bourgeois Lüthi
  • Direction du projet Nancy Bourgeois Lüthi
  • Équipe du projet Nancy Bourgeois Lüthi
    Beat Reidy
    Stefanie Graf
    Natalie Raeber
  • Partenaires - secteur public BLW
  • Mots-clés Sustainable livestock, FAO, environment, livelihood

Contexte initial

The Agenda builds consensus on the path towards sustainability and catalyzes coherent and colletive practice change through dialogue, consultation and joint analysis. The partnership unites the forces of the public and private sectors, producers, research and academic institutions, NGOs, social movements and community-based organizations, and foundations. It adresses the following issues: - Global food security and health - Equity and growth - Resources and climate


The Global Agenda facilitates dialogue, assembles and communicates evidence and advocates for changes in practice and policy.

Compétences clés

Broad network in the livestock sector, organisational competences, technical knowhow, field experiences in different countries