The UN Secretary-General, has called on all world leaders to take part in the Food Systems Summit in 2021 to help establishing the future direction for food systems in the world and accelerate collective action to that end. This reflects the recognition that transforming food systems is central in efforts to achieve all the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The Food Systems Summit will launch new actions to deliver progress on all 17 SDGs, each of which relies to some degree on healthier, more sustainable and equitable food systems.

Find more about the UNFSS: https://www.un.org/en/food-systems-summit

This survey is part of a series of consultations facilitated by the below mentioned organisations (co-conveners) to collect ideas and solutions for potential game-changing and systemic solutions to feed into the decision-making process and the outcome of the United Nations Food systems Summit. The survey will complement the outcomes of regional dialogues organised by the co-conveners and feed into the efforts of brining land rights as an inherent element in building inclusive, sustainable and resilient food systems in the world.

Co-convenors: European Commission (EC), The Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), International Land Coalition (ILC), LANDac – the Netherlands Land Academy - and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency supported by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, Land Portal Foundation, Welthungerhilfe.  

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* 1. Identify three ways how land tenure rights and food systems are linked. (if your organisation has defined a view on the link between the two please quote it here)

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* 2. Based on the focus of your work and/or people that you represent, identify three main challenges where insecure land tenure rights affect food systems and livelihoods?

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* 3. What are the solutions that you propose to overcome the challenges mentioned in Question 2 which will strengthen both land tenure rights and improve the food systems and livelihoods? (solutions relating to policy and/or practice)

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* 4. Whose lives and livelihoods would the proposed solutions advance? (more than one option is possible)

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* 5. Who are the main actors responsible for implementing the proposed solutions? (more than one option is possible)

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* 6. Where do you think the solutions that you propose would be applicable? (more than one option is possible)

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* 7. How would you measure whether the proposed solutions are successful? References to specific accountability tools and suggestions relating to post-summit monitoring are welcome.

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* 8. Please share any other comments

If you want to share some information about yourself

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* 9. Contact information

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* 10. Have you taken part in any UNFSS national dialogue organised by a government?

Thank you for your participation

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