Facilitating progress towards SDG2: Zero hunger

 

coverNew research paper from Chatham House highlights proposed reforms to leadership, governance and coordination in the UN Rome-based agencies to achieve Zero Hunger. The paper includes lessons from comparable institutions (such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank Group) and offers recommendations for improved transparency and leadership within selection processes; the consolidation of RBA meetings and higher-level dialogue at those events; and enhanced collaboration at the regional, country and global levels.

 

Check out the summary findings and full paper. The full paper is also available for download below.


 

Region
Global
Resource type
Reports
Year
2022
Priority area
2.3