In response to the threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and in line with the Swiss government’s measures, we have decided to postpone the 6th of April Geneva Food Systems Dialogues to a later date.
The Food Systems Dialogues (FSDs) are a global series of facilitated round-table discussions that encourage collective action for transforming food systems. In the future, everyone should be able to access nutritious and healthy diets from food produced in a sustainable manner.
FSDs bring together diverse actors in food systems (with expertise in farming, public health, food and beverage, catering, marketing, humanitarian action) from government, civil society, business and academia, to share perspectives, examine opportunities, and understand trade-offs for change.
Since their launch in June 2018, 29 FSDs events have taken place across Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and North- and South America involving more than 1,700 leaders and practitioners from multiple organisations.