The International Land Coalition officially approves the incorporation of WRF during the Assembly held at the Global Land Forum, in Guatemala.
The need to strengthen the role of women and men family farmers is evidenced once again, as well as the importance of ensuring their access to natural resources, technology and public investment, in the fight against Hunger.
“A new, faster and more precise” way of measuring hunger and food insecurity across the world is soon to be field-experimented by FAO in several pilot countries.
The Basque Government gives this recognizition to organizations that contribute with its activities to the achievement of general interest.
The reducion of fishing pressure gives beneficial results in a period of time not too long. This is one of the main findings from an investigation led by the National Research Council (CSIC) in Spain.
The Asian Farmers’ Association (AFA) asserts women farmers’ representation in nutrition and food security mechanisms and processes.
Summary of activities developed by the civil society in 2012 in the context of the World Preparation Program for the IYFF-2014.
World Rural Forum's contribution to the online discussion organized by FAO on Hunger, Food Security and Nutrition.
The agricultural unions in Peru recently held the CONVEAGRO XV Annual Convention with 'The Challenge of Agrarian Associativity in Sustainable Rural Development' as theme.
The African Institute for Economic and Social Development (Inades) is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in the service of training and development in Africa.
The Declaration of Abidjan, on World Fisheries Day 2012, recognizes the work of women fish sellers and processors, and urges African governments to involve them in decision-making.
The international conference masLEADER held in Madrid endorse the need to increase the participation of local population in development processes.
The World Food Day celebrated today, 16 October, highlights the importance of agricultural cooperatives for the global food system. This is an example of successful practice because, in addition to its contribution to world food security, it benefits farmers themselves and results in the development of rural areas.
Answer of FAO’s Director-General to the request of farmers´ and other civil society organizations supporting the IYFF 2014.
The Ramon Magsaysay Awards recognize the commitment of Yang Saing Koma and Romulo Davide to put knowledge in the hands of farmers.
The UN has formally recognized and granted the World Rural Forum the Special Consultative Status. The WRF may propose discussions and offer its views on rural development and agriculture to the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
CAOPA stresses before FAO the role of sustainable fishing of sardines as a guarantee for food security and urges to regulate the West African fisheries.
Attached you can find the chronicle of our colleagues José Antonio Osaba and Conchi Quintana at the International Seminar: The Role of Family Farming in the construction of Sustainable Development.
The members of the World Rural Forum, José Antonio Osaba and Conchi Quintana and peasants’ representatives from four continents have been involved in several meetings in Rio +20.
- How to achieve food self-sufficiency?
- FAO's Journal on Family Farming. January to March, 2013
- Women farmers and climate change adaptation.
- 'Impact of Cooperatives Locally'.
- Report of National Water Conference in Pakistan.
- The State of Food and Agriculture 2012.
- IFOAM. Organic Leadership Course.
- Africa can feed itself.
- Policies to Respond to High Food Prices in Asia and the Pacific Region.
- Deep scientific approach on hunger and GMOs.
- OXFAM: 'Time out on the global land rush'.
- 'Land, Territory and Dignity!'. Final declaration of Brazilian Rural Workers' Unitary Meeting.
- Agricultural Research in Africa.
- African Countries and the EPAs: Do Agriculture Safeguards Afford Adequate Protection?