Policy dialogue that aimed to discuss the links between diets and the environmental and cultural aspect. Civil society platforms have long advocated for the unconditionality of a healthy planet for healthy diets. 

Most conversations on Antimicrobial resistance blame patients or doctors for mishandling of antibiotics but this doesn't correspond to the systemic nature of the health crisis, the environment and the food chain. Attend our event as we unpack this further.

As lenders and as borrowers, the private sector plays an integral part in the current debt architecture. What does this mean to debt justice campaigners pursuing system-changing solutions and deep, wide debt cancellation? Do they generate illegitimate debts? What steps do we need to take?

The side event brought together member states and civil society representatives to discuss next steps towards a decision to organise the next FfD conference at the upcoming UN General Assembly.

You can see the full recording of the online event "Beyond the Ukraine war: The new layer of global food crisis from a human rights approach", here. 

SID's Executive Director, Stefano Prato was invited to the Pan-African Conference on Illicit Financial Flows, where he discussed the importance of a UN Tax Conventioned and shared: "The call for a UN Tax Convention is not only a struggle of the Tax Justice movement but of all those who want a turning point to transform our realities."

In this webinar, SID's Magdalena Ackermann, will reflect together with a panel of other experts questions at the intersection of food security, climate change, migration, desertification and land rights to address key directions about the future of people and the planet.

 The launch of Diverse Women for Diversity’s Ecofeminist Manifesto “Making Peace with the Earth – Through Diversity, Mutuality, Non-Violence & Care” took place in Rome with Dr Vandana Shiva, President of Navdanya International.