One of the key concerns being raised about the UN Food Systems Summit relates to 'multistakeholderism'. However, multistakeholderism is a complicated concept that is, in many ways, counterintuitive. Supported by...

Actors in the food sovereignty movement distinguish between social movements and NGOs. But what does this mean and why does this matter? What is the difference? Differences between social movements and NGOs...

Everyone is affected by the decisions that shape our food systems. However, in global food security governance spaces, there is the idea of a “most-affected principle.” This is meant to prioritize...

This year I had the distinct pleasure of teaching in the Coastal Communities and Regional Development Masters at the University Centre of the Westfjords in Ísafjörður, Iceland. I can honestly...

In this bi-monthly post, we highlight key resources, insights, and contributions that span the field of food governance. Far from comprehensive, it reflects the resources that we have come across...