Policy Briefs

Civil society organisations: CSOs should have a central role in food governance

Published 14 July 2021

Publication: Civil Society Organisations: CSOs should have a central role in food governance

This policy brief explores the role that civil society organisations can play in addressing food security, building on its contributions during the COVID-19 lockdowns. (Colour version.)

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