The workshop aims to contribute to share knowledge, experiences and approaches on the economic, institutional, and social drivers of current and future global food and nutrition security.
One of the main goals is to discuss the role and contribution of smallholder farmers in developing countries. Smallholder farmers as the main rural actors are frequently the most food insecure because of an array of challenges. Also, the link between agriculture and nutrition will be analysed to understand how agriculture impacts human health and dietary patterns.
Stein T. Holden held presentation with the title "Policies for Improved Food Security: Lessons from Farm Household Studies" in Seville, on the 10th of September.
Programme for the workshop can be found here.