Marcos de acción en la lucha contra el hambre

Moreno, Manuel Sánchez
October 2010
Revista de Fomento Social;oct-dic2010, Vol. 65 Issue 260, p619
Academic Journal
This article defines and specifies the following frameworks for action in the fight against hunger: the right to food, food security and food sovereignty. These three aspects have traditionally offered different solutions to the problem of starvation and malnutrition, but interaction is needed to create protective mechanisms in judicial spheres and public policies to encourage the governance of global food security at different levels.


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