Currently, our food systems contribute to climate change, the imbalance of ecosystems, the increase in the occurrence of various forms of nutrition in the population and unfavorable political and social inequalities.
Transforming food systems is the greatest opportunity we have to reverse current trends and achieve the 17 goals of sustainable development - the SDGs - and the global agenda, enabling healthy eating for all, anchored in universal human rights and within the planetary boundaries.
These systems are composed of different actors, who bring contributions, worldviews and ways of acting that are often completely different and eventually conflicting with each other.
The best way to transcend speeches and achieve actions that translate into practical impacts on the daily lives of each of those involved, is to promote exchanges of perspective where everyone holds an equal opportunity to be heard.
promote exchanges between different perspectives to find solutions and achieve fair food systems for all.
The Dialogues are an exceptional opportunity for all with an interest to contribute to shaping the pathways that will lead to collectively determine sustainable food systems everywhere and to indicate how they will contribute to making this vision a reality for all.
Independent Dialogue for the UN Conference on Food Systems, co-hosted by Comida do Amanhã institute and the Zero Hunger Institute with the support of Instituto IBIRAPITANGA.
JUSTICE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN FOOD PRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS AND THEIR ACCESS TO THE DISTRIBUTION CHAIN.
Independent Dialogue for the UN Conference on Food Systems, held by the Comida do Amanhã institute in partnership with WWF Brazil.