Topic outline

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    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

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      • Audience

        The major learner groups for the course include:

        • 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

          • Course structure

            The course consists of 6 lessons, ranging from approximately 35 to 45 minutes duration each:

            • Lesson 1 - Roles and Right to Adequate Food Tasks
            • Lesson 2 - Assessing the Right to Adequate Food
            • Lesson 3 - Budget work to advance the Right to Adequate Food
            • Lesson 4 - Legislating for the Right to Adequate Food
            • Lesson 5 - Monitoring the Right to Adequate Food
            • Lesson 6 - Advocating for the Right to Adequate Food

            • Partners

              German Ministry of Food and Agriculture