Journal | 15-05-2008
Guarani Ghana Philippines Brazil

Right to Food Quarterly Vol.3, No.1, 2008

The Human Right to Food perspective is crucial to address the immediate and root causes of the current World Food Crisis.

Content:

  • Impact of agrofuels from a right to food perspective, by Sofia Monsalve
  • Getting rid of rights? Not a good idea, by Christian Courtis
  • Civil society's role in promoting the right to food, by Martin Woldpold-Bosien
  • The right to food and mining in West Africa, by Ibrahim Aidara
  • IBSAII - Beginning of a national test phase, by Ana-Maria Suarez Franco
  • Breakthrough for universal social justice, by Sandra Ratjen
  • Guarani-Kaiowa - a people wants peace, by Roseane do Socorro Goncalves Viana
  • Turning land and water into poisonous gold in Ghana, by Mike Anane and Ute Hausmann

  • Unconstitutionality declaration of the Forestry law in Colombia, by Ana-Maria Suarez Franco
  • Marking World Food Day 2007 on Human Rights Day in Norway, by Wenche Barth Eide, Ida-Eline Engh, Chris Mzembe
  • Victory after 12 years of struggle for land in Philippines, by Yifang Tang


Editor: Wilma Strothenke

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