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Music for a Better Food Future

Our agri-food systems are complex and intertwined with a wide range of global challenges, including climate change, urban development, irresponsible production and consumption, to name a few, which are further exacerbated by fast-changing threats such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

At a time when the world is also facing a loneliness epidemic, music, like food, can be a uniting force. Cultures from around the globe bond over the notion of a meal, a song, a concert, a feast. Let us harness that bonding power to bring attention to our broken agri-food systems through the universal language of music!

How?

The World Food Forum Music track is a series of concerts and musical events, with a range of artists and partners from around the world coming together to highlight the challenges and growing inequalities currently faced by our agri-food systems.

The Music track provides a platform to bring together youth from around the world to connect through music. It is a catalyst to ensure that youth from all parts of the world are encouraged to participate in open, honest discussions about the state of our agri-food systems. Through music, young agents of change will connect with each other and be empowered to spark global dialogues and transformative actions toward a better food future.

Get involved

The World Food Forum needs youth volunteers, partners and sponsors to participate, help bring the events to life, and spread the word about the WFF and the key issues facing our global food systems. If you want to join the movement and create a better food future with us, sign up for our mailing list and follow us on social media to keep up to date on our latest news.

To become a volunteer, partner or sponsor, email us at [email protected].

In collaboration with

Office of the Secretary-General's Envoy on Youth

An initiative of

FAO Youth