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World Food Day! John Teton and the Eradication of World Hunger

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The right to food is a basic human right. Investing in sustainable food systems and rural development means addressing some of the major global challenges - from feeding the world’s growing population to protecting the global climate, and tackling some of the root causes of migration and displacement. On the occasion of World Food Day (sponsored by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), John Teton, founding director of the Oregon-based International Food Security Treaty Association discusses the International Food Security Treaty, a bold initiative that aims to fulfill the human right of freedom from hunger and protect it with enforceable international law. 

 

Event Information

Date and Time:
Mon, 10/16/2017 - 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Address:
World Affairs Council of Oregon
1200 SW Park Avenue Hatfield Room, Third Floor
PortlandOR 97205
United States
PHONE: 503-306-5252
October 16th, 2017 12:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
1200 SW Park Ave.
Third Floor
Hatfield Room
Portland, OR 97205-97205
United States
Phone: 5033065252
Phone: 5033065252
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Event Fee(s)
WAC Members $ 10.00
General $ 15.00



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