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"Often it is impossibe to help people in a situation of unpredictable violence and looting."

The Sudanese people are caught in the crossfire between government troops and paramilitary forces. How can humanitarian aid reach displaced people…

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Fishy Business: The Damage Done by Industrial Fishing in Developing Countries

A new study estimates the economic impact on developing countries of industrial fishing methods by vessels from distant countries operating in foreign…

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Gerd Müller spricht mit Menschen in der Elfenbeinküste.
Political Governance of the “Special Initiative One World – No Hunger" and What Can be Learnt From It

What is characteristic of the SEWOH initiative launched ten years ago in terms of governance, strategy and political impact in partner countries? A…

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Why Cocoa is Still Much Too Cheap

Producers in Africa are sceptical about new standards set by European regulations on supply chains. Sustainability does not come for free

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The 2023 Global Hunger Index: Progress on Hunger has largely stalled
In the face of multiple crises, progress on hunger has largely stalled, and large demographic groups such as youth, especially in low- and middle-income countries, are disproportionally affected.
Melting at the world's "third pole" endangers South Asia
In the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region, record temperatures are causing glaciers to melt. Can flood risks and the water crisis still be stopped?
Decentralized and with triple benefit – the potential of agrivoltaics in sub-Saharan Africa
New projects in Mali and The Gambia aim to combine solar power with agriculture – merging the management of food, energy and water.
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Supply Chains and Human Rights

Responsibility of European companies in global trade will focus more strongly on possible violations of elementary rights within supply chains in future. An overview.

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On the Sidelines: High Time to Coordinate EU Law with the Global South

During the formulation of the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive, the voice of developing countries was missing…

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Suppy Chains: Traceability and Transparency are Key to Reduce Deforestation

General acceptance is still lacking. But sustainable supply chains require an unprecedented cooperation between very diverse…

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Using Certificates and Standards to Comply with Supply Chain Due Diligence Obligations

As the legal requirements for risk analysis in supply chains increase, so does the importance of control instruments to prevent…

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How the Food Security Standard Ensures the Right to Food

With a certificate for food security companies can assess whether human rights of employees across the supply chain are…

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