A Rights-Based Approach to Food Security
Chapter 9: Conclusion and recommendations
This book began with recognition that food (in)security is a highly complex and contested concept that reforms to laws and other regulatory instruments will certainly not greatly alleviate alone. In Section 9.1, this chapter summarises the key findings as they relate to the criteria identified in Chapter 2 for a rights-based approach to agricultural regulation for food security. This section draws together overarching or common gaps, overlaps, and issues within the international regulatory framework for agriculture, which sets the basis for creative exploration of the possible directions and solutions, consistent with a human rights-based approach to agricultural regulation for food security. Accordingly, Section 9.2 explores more novel and transformative directions for the public international regulation of agriculture that could better contribute to the achievement of world food security.
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