FIAN International: Newsletter - January 2015
NEWSLETTER - JANUARY 2015
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Multi-country seminar discusses land and ocean grabbing issues in Africa

From 12-16 January 2015, FIAN International took part of the launch meeting in Kampala (Uganda) of a multi-country research project of investigation supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) in Canada, which focuses on bottom-up accountability in large-scale land acquisitions in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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      Concerns arise regarding the implementation of ICN2 outcomes
      Right to adequate food of more than 3000 families still threatened by inundation
      New resources illustrate and guide on how to apply ETOs to specific areas
      Job vacancies at FIAN International in Heidelberg, Germany
Concerns arise regarding the implementation of ICN2 outcomes
January 30, 2015: FIAN International joined with concern International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) member organizations in two statements with respect to the next steps for the implementation of the ICN2 outcomes

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Right to adequate food of more than 3000 families still threatened by inundation
The communities affected by the flood of the Rapti River are facing loss of their agricultural lands and livestock, as well as displacement. They are suffering from hunger, malnutrition, and water-borne diseases including health and sanitation problems.

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New resources illustrate and guide on how to apply ETOs to specific areas
January 9, 2015: The ETO Consortium released a new publication series aiming to illustrate and provide guidance to practitioners on how to apply ETOs and the Maastricht Principles to specific thematic areas.

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Job vacancies at FIAN International in Heidelberg, Germany
FIAN International is currently hiring a new Communications Officer and a Trainee for the Right to Food and Nutrition Watch 2015.

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