Right to Food
RFK Center 's Right to Food Laureate-to-Laureate Project focuses on the international community and corporate actors in the current global food crisis and preventing the realization of the right to food. The project focuses on Haiti and Brazil, addressing their unique food needs and using these countries as case studies to encourage the broader "freedom from hunger" movement to reorient itself to recognize food as a human right and to work within a rights-based framework to realize this right.
Announcement: New Report on the Right to Food in Haiti
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