Chicago Council Blog Post Discusses Ways To Improve Policy-Making To Address Food, Water Insecurity

Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ “Global Food for Thought”: Next Generation 2019 — Recognizing the Role of Inclusive Policy-making in Food and Water Rights
Caroline Andridge, MA candidate at the University of Notre Dame, discusses ways to improve policy impact and cohesion to address water and food insecurity, writing, “Firstly, we must reframe food and water from commodities to human rights in and of themselves. … Secondly, policymakers must meaningfully include smallholder farmers in the decision-making process” (7/17).

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