Resources and Publications

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) possibly represents the greatest global crisis in public health today, and yet - as we shall try to illustrate - the phenomenon stretches well beyond the health domain.

This report tells the stories of those most affected by this crisis. They provide rich evidence of the actions taken by women, young people, Indigenous Peoples, peasants, pastoralists, fisherfolks, landless, to provide practical and strategic responses to the food crisis.

This document was developed based on collective work by the Civil Society FfD (Financing for Development) Group. It is an introductory briefing of the FfD process and of the Civil Society FfD Group’s role in it  being built as an attempt to make navigating the FfD process and its interrelated domains more accessible for a non-technical audience. 

More than ever, digitalization is all around us. For years, carried away by the fascination with digital gadgets and technologies, we have been allured to blindly enter a world of sophisticated machines without taking into consideration where this journey would take us and how it would revolutionize our existence – to the extent of taking over our human ability to control life.

Rising inequalities between the global North and South, the economically privileged and the marginalized, between different genders and racial identities, have been historically reproduced and intensified across generations, and are defining features of our times.

The present document was written through an autonomous, self-organized, and participatory process by the working Group on Food Systems and Nutrition of the Civil Society and Indigenous Peoples’ Mechanism (CSM) for relations with the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS). 

How can we reclaim sustainable infrastructure as a public good? This report analyses infrastructure from a systemic perspective, examining it through the lens of four interconnected pillars:Economic, Governance, Social, Ecological


This briefing explores and questions the eagerness in some circles for new binding instruments in the global health arena.