'Food security, not profit from trade in food, is priority for developing countries'

'Food security, not profit from trade in food, is priority for developing countries'

A report on “Food riots and food rights” was recently presented in the UK House of Commons. Funded by the UK Department for International Department, the report analyses the impact of food-related riots and public movements on government response to food insecurity. Naomi Hossain and Celestine Nyamu-Musembi, investigators and authors of the report, discuss key aspects of this virulent form of protest. They also assess the role of governments in ensuring people’s access to affordable food, in interviews to Jemima Rohekar. Some excerpts

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