NICE discussing how multi-level governance helps secure urban food security, the right to food and healthy diets

Cities stand as pivotal players in shaping the trajectory of food systems across urban, peri-urban and rural landscapes, as well as in implementing the right to food and enabling healthy diets. This urban shift brings both opportunities and challenges to the forefront.

The critical role of cities in addressing challenges within food systems and countering issues related to unhealthy urban diets cannot be overstated.

On International Women’s Day 08Mar2024, the NICE project co-organized together with the Global Cities Hub and in cooperation with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) an event discussing how multilevel governance can help to transform urban food systems and how to safely and affordably deliver and promote better nutrition and healthier diets to urban consumers.

Check here for the recording of this inspiring event: