Governments, organisations, partnerships and individuals can now formally submit their commitments to building healthier, more sustainable and more equitable food systems ahead of the UN Food Systems Summit on an online registry.
As part of the final countdown to the UN Food Systems Summit, which will take place on Thursday, September 23, each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals will be spotlighted daily to demonstrate how food systems play a defining role in achieving the SDGs by 2030.
Indigenous Peoples, women’s and children’s advocates and representatives of other marginalised groups embrace the Pre-Summit platform to advocate and educate for inclusion in future food systems transformations.
The three-day Pre-Summit gathering of the UN Food Systems Summit is less than a week away, starting on Monday, July 26. A schedule of press briefings, press conferences and media events throughout the Pre-Summit will be published for accredited media only by Friday, July 23.
With less than two weeks until the Pre-Summit in Rome, the following key dates have been confirmed: Thursday, July 22: deadline to apply for media accreditation, and Friday, July 23: accreditation will be confirmed by email.
Statement from Agnes Kalibata, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for the 2021 Food Systems Summit, ahead of the publication of the 2021 State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World (SOFI) report.
A review of more than 100 discussions out of more than 600 Independent Dialogues taking place globally found 10 common criteria for successful food systems transformation ahead of the Pre-Summit gathering in Rome.
With a month to go until the Pre-Summit (July 26 -28), the UN Food Systems Summit is preparing to reveal the clusters of game-changing solutions and action areas that will transform food systems around the world.
The first report from Member State Dialogues held in 11 countries is now available, summarising the emerging themes from 35 feedback forms provided as part of the preparations for the UN Food Systems Summit.
The UN Food Systems Summit will host a Global Youth Summit Dialogue, featuring headline speakers and 100 youth advocates to unite a growing movement behind the transformation of food systems around the world.
A unique global competition will invite small and medium-sized businesses to showcase innovative ways to sustainably deliver good food and livelihoods for all. Available in Arabic | Chinese | English | French | Italian | Russian | Spanish
Young activists and campaigners have mobilized alongside experts in women’s empowerment, human rights, finance, and innovation across multiple continents to engage with the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit, which will peak in September.
The UN Food Systems Summit launches an online community platform to encourage public, global conversations as part of a year-long global dialogue leading up to the milestone event to transform food systems worldwide.
The United Nations Special Envoy, Agnes Kalibata, announced experts across the fields of food, agriculture, health and climate change who have committed to advance solutions to make food systems more resilient and inclusive through the UN Food Systems Summit in 2021.