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Food security in the post-2015 agenda: The Milan Charter in the context of the new global partnership for sustainable development
26 Sep 2015 -  High-level ministerial event.

In the aftermath of the approval of the Sustainable Development Goals, the issue of food security will have to be addressed with renewed energy with the aim of fostering partnerships between Member States, UN agencies and civil society.
To this end, the most important international event focused on the theme of food security – Expo Milano 2015 - delivered the Milan Charter, an international initiative open to the contributions of citizens, companies, associations and institutions, which all share and jointly engage to tackle the challenges posed by the Universal Exhibition, summed up in the question: "Is it possible to ensure good, healthy, sufficient and sustainable nutrition for all?"

Co-organized by the Permanent Missions of Brazil, Ghana, Guyana, Italy and Thailand, in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the World Food Programme (WFP)