Emergency solution or silver bullet? National pathways for food system transformation
Exchanging on how to steer transformation processes
This event series seeks to provide a forum for key food systems actors from different fields, sectors, and countries to exchange on how to steer transformation processes and what different stakeholders require to assume their role in such processes. Taking place in the lead up to, as well as during GFFA 2023, the event series will comprise three in-person discussion rounds bringing together participants from policy, civil society, research, and the private sector
17-18 January 2023: Technical workshop on Food Systems Governance - Towards a common understanding [on invitation] Towards a common understanding: Bringing together partner and implementing organizations involved in the “One World, No Hunger” (SEWOH) initiative, this 1.5 day the workshop aims to develop a common understanding among actors from the Global South on how to govern food systems transformation, based on practical examples from SEWOH partner countries.
19 January 2023: High-Level event on Food Systems Governance - Creating alliances for transformation [on invitation] This two-hour roundtable will bring together donors and implementers to discuss how international cooperation can sustainably support effective governance of food system transformation. The discussions will be informed by actual experiences in designing and implementing FST approaches in several SEWOH partner countries.
20 January 2033: GFFA Expert Panel - Emergency solution or silver bullet? National pathways for food system transformation [public event] This session will gather diverse perspectives from research, policy and practice to support the design and implementation of effective FST pathways in international cooperation programmes.
Andreas Hermes Academy
European Commission DG Research & InnovationBioeconomy & Food Systems (B2)
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)