In September 2015, world leaders met at UN headquarters in New York and decided on an action plan to eradicate poverty, protect the planet and ensure that people achieve peace and prosperity: the 2030 Agenda for the Sustainable Development, which contains the set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The latest report on the world food and nutrition security situation, published by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Fund (FAO), highlighted the situation of food insecurity and nutrition in the world, emphasizing the rise in hunger on almost every continent in recent years. years after a prolonged decline. Considering the new arrangements of public policies and the effects on food insecurity in the country, the Josué de Castro Nutrition Institute / UFRJ organized a debate with experts from FAO and Brazil, in order to discuss the challenges to be faced in the country, facing ODS2 (Zero Hunger and Sustainable Agriculture) target in the 2030 Agenda.
Health and related professionals in the 2030 Agenda, undergraduate and graduate students.
Guest / Speakers
Ana Maria Segall Correa (FIOCRUZ / DF): Consultant at the Food, Nutrition and Culture Program at Oswaldo Cruz Foundation – Brasília / DF
Francisco Menezes (IBASE and ActionAid): Economist.
Luciene Burlandy (UFF): Professor at the College of Nutrition.
Rosana Salles-Costa (UFRJ): Professor at the Josué de Castro Nutrition Institute.