SIANI annual meeting brings together members to discuss how to contribute to shaping the dialogue around rights-based and sustainable food systems, and launch the new phase of SIANI, with the focus on transforming our food systems into more resilient and inclusive in times of recurring crises.
Cecilia Nordin Van Gansberghe, Chair of SIANI Steering Committee, shares food trends in 2023, gaps in food policies, and the challenges in addressing food security.
“Planting trees in Africa,” a common marketing slogan for climate compensation, has become a popular way to offset carbon dioxide emissions. However, research shows that tree-planting projects often put too little focus on benefiting the people on site.
Welcome to submit your abstract or concept note for Agri4D 2023. Below you find more information about the two themes and guidelines on how to submit
The concurrence of recent shocks has added additional pressure on the food system’s capacity to meet the food security needs of the growing population, leading to an unprecedented ‘perfect storm’ that is now striking Egypt’s food system.
SIANI funds cross-sector working groups to support dialogue around food systems transformation.
The Call for Abstracts for our 9th Annual Meeting is open!
Coalitions of School Meals, Blue Foods, Indigenous Peoples’ Food Systems, and Fighting Food Crises along the Humanitarian, Development and Peace Nexus, present opportunities to some of the most game-changing areas in the food systems.
Please fill out this form to submit an abstract to the session Unpacking the Scientific Knowledge Networks for Sustainability Transformation in Agri-Food Systems
In the interview, Jennifer Clapp elaborates on the principles to bring forward inclusive science-supported food policy advice, the necessity to include Traditional Knowledge, and the challenges of global food policy adoption.