Deadline: 19 July 2016
Rights Based Approach to Food and Nutrition Security is a course organized by Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation with an aim to explore the different concepts on rights-based approaches to food and nutrition security such as Right to Food and the Zero Hunger Challenge.
It will provide participants with knowledge and skills to strengthen the design and implementation of food and nutrition security programmes using a rights-based approach.
The participants will:
- have new insights about concepts and principles on human rights-based approach, Right to Food, Food and Nutrition Security and their interrelationships;
- understand the role of right holders, duty bearers and accountability agents and their main rights and obligations and responsibilities;
- have clear ideas for incorporating rights-based elements in interventions addressing food and nutrition insecurity;
- be better equipped to lobby and advocate for the Right to Food
Location: The Netherlands
Applicants should have a BSc or equivalent in the field of food and nutrition, home economics, agriculture, medicine or a related field, and have at least three years of professional experience related to the field of the course. Competence in the English language is necessary.
For more information, please visit Rights based approach to food and nutrition security.
Apply for the course here.