BFH-HAFL experts reflect on World Food Day and the UNDROP declaration
02.11.2020 BFH-HAFL experts Nathalie Oberson and Johannes Brunner reflect on the highlights of the World Food Day event, share key takeaways and discuss the next steps in promoting sustainable, resilient and social food systems internationally.
On World Food Day, BFH-HAFL experts Nathalie Oberson and Johannes Brunner joined a number of partners from the public and private sector to discuss the practical implications of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas (UNDROP). Throughout the day, the diverse panellists and participants discussed how the declaration paves the way for sustainable, resilient and social food systems. As a follow-up to the event, the BFH-HAFL moderators reflect on its highlights, the key takeaways for the participants, and the next steps required to promote sustainable, resilient and social food systems internationally.
(All Pictures: Mathias Stalder, Uniterre)
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