The Agri4D conference aims to bridge scientific knowledge to policy outputs and to create a real-world impact on global food systems to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goal 2, Zero Hunger.
This conference will take stock of the current knowledge frontier, connect science to policymaking and practice and spark new collaborations among researchers, policymakers and practitioners who are working on the urgent issues of stressors and vulnerabilities within food systems in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
We encourage both academia and non-academia to participate in this conference. We will launch alternative formats for sessions that open up for transdisciplinary discussions and presentations.
The conference will be held online and address the current global situation in two different themes.
- Theme 1: Securing food and nutrition within planetary boundaries
- Theme 2: Governance and rights in food systems: Leaving no one behind
Registration to Agri4D
The Agri4D 2023 conference will take place on a digital platform. There is no registration fee to attend but registration is required in order to get log-in access to the digital platform.
For more information please visit the conference website!
Head of Global Sustainable Economic Development, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.
Director General of ILRI and CGIAR, Senior Director of Livestock-Based Systems.
Director in the Food Initiative at The Rockefeller Foundation, Africa Region Office.
National Facilitation Team member of Mahila Kisan Adhikar Manch (MAKAAM) Forum for women farmers’ rights.
Deputy Regional Director at Vi Agroforestry.
Director of Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
Moderator and co-moderators
Dr. Bridget Bwalya
Senior lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Zambia.
Eileen Torres Morales
Research Associate at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) Headquarter.
Science communicator, podcaster, and former farmer.