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Dr. Amanda Cahill-Ripley gives a training seminar on 'The Right to Food'
Date: 20 March 2013
Dr. Amanda Cahill-Ripley was invited to give a training seminar on 'The Right to Food' by Advocates for International Development (A4ID), an NGO based in London, for their Future Lawyers' Training Program 2013. The program is a part of A4ID's project 'Lawyers in Development' and is partly funded by the Department for International Development. The training seminar introduced the trainees to the international human rights framework for the protection and promotion of the right to food as well as examining the links between the right to food, food security and development policy. It also explored the wider context in which the right to food operates, studying challenges for realisation of the right including, conflict; global markets and discrimination.
Associated staff: Amanda Cahill-Ripley
Associated departments and research centres: CILHR Centre for International Law and Human Rights, Law
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