The principal focus of the Independent Dialogue was to bring attention to the centrality of secure land rights in building sustainable food systems with the objective of bringing land issues to the discussion processes of the summit and integrate them into its outcomes.
The entire food system of the world is inextricably connected to land. Hence, if there is a fundamental positive change in the way we manage land we can make the global food systems sustainable, whilst simultaneously reaching the targets of climate-change mitigation and averting the dramatic loss of biodiversity. Overall, it will cater to achieving the intended targets of the 2030 sustainable development agenda.
The outcomes from a Food Systems Summit Dialogue will be of use in developing the pathway to sustainable food systems within the locality in which they take place. They will be a valuable contribution to the national pathways and also of interest to the different workstreams preparing for the Summit: the Action Tracks, Scientic Groups and Champions as well as for other Dialogues.
Securing Land Tenure Rights for Sustainable and Inclusive Food Systems in Asia
Official Dialogue Feedback to the United Nations 2021 Food Systems Summit
One-page brief: UNFSS Asia Independent Dialogue
This is a one-page summary and set of key messages derived from the report