Foresight 2.0

Successful high-level roundtable: Providing healthy diets in Nepal

Press releases for this event can also be found in the following publications: Himalayan Times (available in English); Makalu Khabar, Sunakhari News and Jana Akash (available in Nepali).   On the 9th December, the Global Panel co-convened a high-level roundtable in partnership with the National Planning Commission (NPC) of Nepal, to discuss ways of transforming…

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Launch of ‘Food Systems & Diets: a Handbook of Essential Policies’

19th December 2019 – Last week, the Global Panel launched its new policy tool: Food Systems and Diets: a handbook of essential policies. The Handbook is an accumulation of the Global Panel’s policy briefs to date, and aims to provide a body of knowledge on how food systems can influence the production and consumption of safe,…

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Success for Foresight 2.0 Consultation in Nepal

On the 6th November, the Global Panel hosted a consultation workshop to inform the development of the Foresight 2.0 report. The event was held in the margins of the Scaling Up Nutrition Global Gathering (SUNGG) in Kathmandu, and was attended by forty participants from over fifteen countries. The meeting was co-facilitated by Dr Lawrence Haddad, Chief…

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Foresight 2.0 Consultation: Improving access to healthy and sustainable diets

On the 6th November, the Global Panel will host a consultation workshop to inform the new Foresight 2.0 report. It will take place at the Scaling up Nutrition (SUN) Global Gathering in Kathmandu. The SUNGG brings together a large number of people working in nutrition from civil society, UN agencies, academia and the private sector….

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Compare and contrast: a tale of two plates

Opinion piece by Prof Tim Benton, Co-Chair of the Global Panel Foresight 2.0 Lead Expert Group.

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