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15. GFFA
18-21 January 2023

Food Systems Transformation:
A Worldwide Response to Multiple Crises

The 2023 GFFA will focus on multiple crises

With the 2030 Agenda, the international community has set itself ambitious Sustainable Development Goals, such as ending global hunger. Despite this, the number of people affected by hunger is continuing to rise. In addition to the climate crisis, the extinction of species and the COVID-19 pandemic, the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine has become a new driving force in this crisis of global food security. The world is currently facing the worst food crisis since World War II.

We require short term and long term solutions based on international cooperation. 2000 visitors from politics, business, academia and civil society will discuss how to bring about successful transformation. Many GFFA events are public, among others, 2 High Level Panels, 1 High Level Debate, a science slam and the kick-off event. You may register from 1 December.

The world’s largest informal Conference of Agriculture Ministers will take place on Saturday, the last day of the conference. It constitutes the political highlight of the GFFA. During this conference, about 70 agriculture ministers from all around the world will adopt a joint political communiqué. High-level representatives from more than ten international organisations, such as the FAO, OECD, WTO and World Bank, will also attend the conference.

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