Global Alliance for the Future of Food’s International Dialogue

18.05.15 - 19.05.15

Understanding, Learning, and Innovating

global_allianceThe Agriculture and Food Systems Sustainability Challenge is an international dialogue hosted by the Global Alliance for the Future of Food to explore and mobilize positive action toward sustainable, secure, and equitable food and agriculture systems. An invitation-only symposium for funders and key international stakeholders, it is intended to present inspiring examples of positive change on critical food systems issues, and engage participants in robust dialogue on what food systems change means and what we can do, individually and collectively, to support both new and traditional solutions. Findings of the recent Global Alliance Landscape Assessment will also be presented.

This event will take place just after the Global Alliance’s annual internal meeting from 17 – 18 May, just prior to the 2015 Annual General Assembly of the European Foundation Centre (EFC) from 20-22 May, and alongside EXPO 2015. The choice of organizing the International Dialogue alongside these other events is to facilitate synergy between the key stakeholders tackling the challenge of the sustainability of our planet.

May 18, 2015 – May 19, 2015
Palazzo Clerici – Milan, Italy

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