Food and Nutrition Security
17 Jun 2012, 19:30:00-22:00:00


  1. Promote food systems that are sustainable and contribute to improvement of health.
  2. Develop policies to encourage sustainable production of food supplies directed to both producers and consumers.
  3. Eliminate misery and poverty-related malnutrition. Empower women farmers, small holder farmers, young farmers and indigenous people. Ensure their access to land, water and seed as well as their full involvement in public decision making regarding food production and food and nutrition security.

Mr. Paulo Prada (Brazil)
Dr. Vandana Shiva (India)
Director, Research Foundation for Science
Mr. Carlo Petrini (Italy)
Founder, Slow Food Movement
Ms. Esther Penunia (Philipines)
Secretary-General, Asian Farmers
Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA)
Ms. Hortensia Hidalgo (Chile)
Indigenous Women Network of Latin America
and the Caribbean for Biodiversity (RMIB)
Ms. Josette Sheeran (United States of America)
Vice-President, World Economic Forum
Dr. LuĂ­sa Dias Diogo (Mozambique)
Former Prime Minister of Mozambique
Mr. Marco Marzano de Marinis (Italy)
Executive Director, World Farmers Organisation
Dr. Martin Khor (Malasia)
Executive-Director, South Centre
Dr. Mary Robinson (Ireland)
Director, International Institute for
the Environment and Development (IIED)
Dr. Renato S. Maluf (Brazil)
Coordinator, Center for Food Security
Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ)

Facilitators of the online discussion
Mr. John Ingram (United Kingdom)
University of Oxford
Ms. Elisabete Salay (Brazil)
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