Commitments to action

Governance: Food Policy Forum for Change

Biovision Foundation for Ecological Development, various partners, including FAO

In line with the objectives of the “Coalition of governments for food systems transformation through policy reform” (Solution Cluster 6.1.2), Biovision Foundation will continue to support peer-to-peer exchange among governments on how to successfully align food system-related policies with sustainable development goals.

For details, see Food Policy Forum for Change.

Constituency

Civil society

Action Area(s)

Means of Implementation

Location

Global

Key contact

Frank Eyhorn, Biovision Foundation for Ecological Development
[email protected]

Keywords

Governance
Agroecology
Policy

Downloads

NA

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