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19 October 2016

Building the mighty CFS ecosystem, from global to national

Policy recommendations provided by the World Committee on Food Security (CFS) are not legally binding; implementation is up to country members. But let’s skip the talks about why this should be done at all and imagine that all politicians agreed to actively take the CFS recommendations forward.

So, how do we effectively transfer global policies to national level? Establishing a working communications portal that would translate global CFS policy into national contexts seems like the first logical thing to do.

Continue reading the blog at the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) website.

This post is part of the live coverage during the 43rd session of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS). This post is written by one of the CFS social reporters and represents the author’s views only.

Blogpost by Ekatarina Bessonova #CFS43 Social Reporter.