Addressing Global Hunger
Lessons Learned from Syria and Venezuela
Addressing Global Hunger: Lessons Learned from Syria and Venezuela offers an innovative tool for engaging in efforts against hunger and brings forward a hybrid approach for identifying mechanisms of how global hunger is established, identified, addressed and eradicated within personal and social constructs and values. As the global population continues to grow, the world is challenged with the evolving dynamics of food and nutrition sovereignty. In this deeply researched and vitally important book, the authors aim to bridge the global divide between research and practice to establish a contemporary perspective on tackling global hunger while applying knowledge learned.
- Uses multidisciplinary and integrated methods to explore the realities of hunger
- Features case studies, valuable syntheses of scattered material, and important topics of discussion and debate
- Provides a guide on how to differentiate correct vs. false information when it comes to specific topics
|Titel:||Addressing Global Hunger|
|auteur:||El-Kour, Tatyana; Herrera-Cuenca, Marianella|
|Afmetingen:||229 x 152|
Brings forward a hybrid approach to identifying mechanisms of how global hunger is established, identified, addressed and eradicated
1. Defining a post-modern world 2. Intricacies of a post-modern lifestyle 3. A word on food security and insecurity 4. The food insecure kitchen 5. Is hunger a cause or a consequence? 6. Building the case for democracy 7. Why geography matters 8. Food crisis trending topics 9. Venezuela and Syria: are we speaking the same language?