Position Paper - If not now, then when?
G7 summits are currently key political spaces for the financing of food and nutrition security. In the last decade the G7 took most international food security financial commitments (mainly through the L’Aquila Initiative and the Lough Erne Summit). G7 Member States repeatedly expressed their will to be transparent and accountable regarding their food security investments: “Delivering on our commitments in a timely and reliable manner, mutual accountability and a sound policy environment are key to this effort”6. However, they haven’t yet managed to establish an accountability framework to coherently measure their food security investments.