For more information: https://www.un.org/en/food-systems-summit
The need is urgent, and our ambition is high. The UN Food Systems Summit, following from the pre-summit held in Rome earlier this year, will launch bold new actions, solutions and strategies to deliver progress on all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), each of which relies on healthier, more sustainable and more equitable food systems. The Summit will awaken the world to the fact that we all must work together to transform the way the world produces, consumes and thinks about food.
The 2021 Food Systems Summit is guided by a set of seven principles of engagement, listed below. Underpinning each of these principles is the Summit’s vision of an equitable and healthy future for all, and one that gives voice to citizens in every country of the world. Everyone is invited to become a Food Systems Hero, host a Food Systems Dialogue, spread the word about food systems transformation, or find another way to support the Summit process. The Summit is open to all, and it belongs to us all. It is ours to create; we must define and build a strong food system, together. What does a strong food system mean?
The Summit is open to all, and it belongs to us all. It is ours to create; we must define and build a strong food system, together. Click to view the full programme and the list of speakers. In addition, independent side events are being organized by stakeholders, browse the full list of side events.
- Act with urgency
- Commit to the Summit
- Be respectful
- Recognise complexity
- Embrace multi-stakeholder inclusivity
- Complement the work of others
- Build Trust