During the 51st Plenary Session of the Committee on Food Security (CFS), the CFS Policy Recommendations on strengthening the collection and use of food security and nutrition (FSN) data and related analysis tools to improve decision-making in support of the progressive realization of the right to adequate food in the context of national food security, were endorsed.

The CSIPM Data Working Group acknowledges these policy recommendations contain useful elements like a human rights framework that recognises the collection and use of data should serve the realisation of the right to food, a broad definition of food security and nutrition data (FSN data), and a section on governance, among others, and developed an evaluation of the policy recommendations, recognising this process is a starting point, and that discussions around data and digital technologies must continue.

Read and download the Data working group evaluation


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