*Photo credit: Haki Nawiri. Agroecology workshops in schools of Kenya. 2024.

The HLPE-FSN consultation on the scope of the report on “Building resilient food systems”

The four-year Programme of Work (MYPOW 2024-2027) of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) includes a request to the High-Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE-FSN) to produce a report on “Building resilient food systems” to be presented at CFS 53 Plenary session in October 2025.

The findings and recommendations contained in the report will set the basis for the CFS workstream on “Building resilient food systems” that will be kickstarted in October 2025. The HLPE-FSN drafted the scope of the report and launched an e-consultation open to receiving contributions until 25 June 2024.

The results of the consultation will be used by the HLPE-FSN to elaborate the report, which will then be made public in its V0 draft for e-consultation, and later submitted to peer review, before finalization and approval by the HLPE-FSN drafting team and the Steering Committee. To read all the contributions visit the HLPE-FSN webpage.

CSIPM submission

For the CSIPM the CFS workstream on “Building resilient food systems” is central to the goal of radical transformation of food systems in a direction of equity, sustainability, and respect for the right to food. In the input submitted to the e-consultation, we have highlighted the importance of avoiding the trap of ‘shock’-oriented thinking about resilience, and proposed rather to address the structural causes of the multiple, interlinking crises and shocks that afflict the world today. The CSIPM calls on the HLPE-FSN to have ‘agency’ at the center of the report and identify those groups whose reinforced agency is most likely to lead in a direction of resilience rooted in equity and the right to food.

Download the CSIPM submission to the HLPE-FSN consultation on the scope of the report



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