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Statement by Mathias Mogge, the secretary general and chief executive officer of Welthungerhilfe
Food security must be the top issue at the G7 summit. Climate change, wars and conflicts are depleting the reserves of more and more people.
Welthungerhilfe calls for a sustainable strategy of the German federal government
While agricultural corporations produce avocados for export on the Peruvian coast, fewer and fewer families can feed themselves sufficiently
Global food security concerns all departments. Mathias Mogge, for Welthungerhilfe, calls for a holistic fight against hunger.
The results of the 2021 climate conference in Glasgow are sobering. Michael Kühn, Senior Advisor for Climate Change Policy on the results of COP26.
The concentration of companies in the food and agricultural sector is higher than ever. Fewer and fewer people are deciding what we eat.
Structural inequality and bargaining power in global food value chains: a competition law toolkit assessment
Prior to the UN Climate Change Conference, President Marlehn Thieme says: "Climate change is one of the most powerful drivers of hunger."
Welthungerhilfe presents the 2021 Global Hunger Index.
No system change in sight after UN summit for food systems. What must happen now.
On Thursday, the Food Systems Summit will take place in New York.