Monthly Archive: June, 2012

A binding Food Treaty for the post-MDG consensus

During 2009, I developed with a colleague (Andrew Macmillan) the idea of a Food Treaty to fight hunger and obesity by the rule of law and we distributed the proposal to a wide… Continue reading

Debt Cancellation for Anti-hunger Programmes: ancient money for ancient problems

Picture: 1 billion USD Although I know that Debt Swap Schemes are not new at all and creditor countries have succeeding in getting the debt issue outside the limelight of financing mechanisms –… Continue reading

Features of the Food Treaty: ending hunger and obesity by the rule of law

Today, I´ll briefly summarised the most important features of the Food Treaty proposal, so as let you know its singularity and powerful hand. I´ll use bullets to facilitate the reading, so this post… Continue reading