Topic outline

  • This course describes a series of analytical, educational and normative methodologies that offer guidance and hands-on advice on the practical aspects of the right to adequate food. It covers a wide range of operational issues such as assessment, legislation, advocacy, education, budgeting and monitoring of this human right.

    • System Requirements

      For the online version of this course it is necessary to have the Adobe Flash player installed and enabled in your browser. Please be aware that the course is not supported by iOS (iPad or iPhone). 

      The downloadable version only runs on Windows PC’s and no additional software is needed.

      • Audience

        The major learner groups for the course includes: legislators and their staffs, policy decision-makers; politicians, civil Servants: planners, technical staff in public institutions. Human rights institutions, courts and legal officers, NGOs engaged in right to adequate food work, social movements, technical cooperation agencies, international financial institutions

        • You will learn about

          • Roles and right to adequate food tasks
          • Budget work to advance the right to adequate food
          • Legislating for the right to adequate food
          • Monitoring the right to adequate food
          • Advocating for the right to adequate food