Global Strategic Framework

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CSM Working Group on the Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition

A new coordinator and facilitator will be appointed soon!

Chair of the CFS OEWG on GSF: Fernanda Tansini (Brazil)

Background

This Working Group was established in 2011 to focus on following the process of developing and drafting of the firsts versions of the Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition (GSF).  The Working Group is currently actively engaged in the periodic updating process of the GSF.

The Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition (GSF) is a single, living document annually approved by the CFS Plenary. Is the first global framework adopted by a consensus of governments that systematically mainstreams the right to adequate food and human rights into policies relevant to food security and nutrition at the global, regional and national level. The GSF is intended to become the primary global reference for coordination and coherence in decision making on food, nutrition and agricultural issues.

Resources for CSOs

“Using the Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition to Promote and Defend the People’s Right to Adequate Food” A Manual for Social Movements and Civil Society Organisations

Extract from the MYPoW2016-2017  “Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition (GSF)  “

  1. At its 40th Session in 2013, the Committee decided that a periodic updating of the GSF be carried out to review the full text and adjust its length, subject to available resources1.
  2. The periodic updating process would take the form of a targeted review in order to incorporate major new international developments in the area of food security and nutrition in the text, particularly in Chapter 3 “The foundations and overarching frameworks”. The Sustainable Development Goals as well as the outcomes of ICN 2 could represent the main pillars of such update. This process is also meant to carry out a minor technical update of Chapter 4 “Policy, programme and other recommendations” to streamline its content and reduce its length by primarily focusing on CFS recommendations.
  3. The periodic updating process will also offer an opportunity to think about dissemination options for the GSF, including by making it a more user-friendly on-line resource that might offer more scope to include case studies.
  4. The consultation process will be carried out within the GSF OEWG with a view to finalizing the revised version of the GSF before July 2017 and presenting it for endorsement by the Committee at its 44th Plenary Session in October 2017.

Process 2016 – 2017

OEWG on GSF

OEWG on GSF
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Written Comments

From December 2016 to January 2017
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First Draft of the GSF

March 2017
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OEWG on GSF

OEWG on GSF
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CFS 44 to approve the online version of the GSF

October 2017
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10 May 2017

Meeting of the OEWG on Global Strategic Framework

Background documents:

20 January 2017  

Deadline to provide written inputs on the Zero Draft of the Revised Global Strategic Framework for Food Security and Nutrition (GSF) and ideas on the GSF communication plan

30 November 2016

CFS OEWG on GSF

Background Documents: 

Process 2016

 

October 2016

Meeting of the CFS Bureau and Advisory Group – 8 July 2016

Draft Decision Box on GSF CFS 43

OEWG Meeting – 2 May 2016

CFS Documents:

CSM inputs on the proposal for the periodic updating of the GSF

CSM Speaking points to the OEWG