WFF at CFS 51: Stakeholders Discuss Transformative Modalities to Translate CFS Youth Policy Recommendations into Tangible Action at the Country Level
The World Food Forum (WFF) convened a multitude of stakeholders to discuss transformative modalities for shifting the CFS Policy recommendations on promoting youth engagement and employment in agriculture and food systems to the country level so they can inform local change efforts and processes.
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Our 50 Days to Fight Food Waste challenge was a major success
The WFF's Youth Toward Zero Food Waste campaign.
World Food Forum 2023 flagship event concludes with enhanced commitments to transform agrifood systems
Youth engagement, investment and science and innovation at the fore of a series of week-long events.
Leveraging the power of youth, investment and innovation, the week-long event aims to forge new paths towards a more sustainable, resilient, inclusive and hunger-free future.
The World Food Forum (WFF) is proud to announce our collaboration with the Government of Ireland to ensure diversity and inclusion for youth attendees at the 2023 WFF flagship event.
In anticipation of the SDG summit and New York Climate Week, on 16 and 17 September, the World Food Forum (WFF) actively participated in the SDG Action Weekend in New York, passionately advocating for youth empowerment.
The World Food Forum Hosts a Side Event at the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development
The World Food Forum (WFF) hosted a side event at the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) in New York.
WFF at the STI Forum 2023 - Youth Innovation: Bolstering Climate Action Through Agri-Food Systems Transformation in the Context of COVID-19 Recovery
World Food Forum joined the 8th Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs to advocate for support of youth innovation for agrifood systems transformation.
WFF attends the ECOSOC Youth Forum Advocating for Youth Engagement in Agrifood Systems Transformation
During the ECOSOC Youth Forum was held in New York, the WFF actively engaged in various events and discussions, highlighting the role of agrifood systems in achieving all SDGs, promoting youth engagement in the sector and fostering collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders.
World Food Forum Young Scientists Group Publishes Report to Empower Young People for a Sustainable Future
Opportunities and Barriers for Advancing Agri food Systems: Empowering Young People for a Sustainable Future.
The World Food Forum (WFF) is delighted to announce the second cohort of the Young Scientists Group (YSG) after the successful launch of the first cohort in 2022.
On 27 April, the World Food Forum (WFF) officially launched its 2023 cycle through a side event at the 172nd session of the FAO Council, in support of the ECOSOC Youth Forum.
The second Youth Policy Board cohort was officially announced on 27 April through a side event at the 172nd Session of the FAO Council, in support of the ECOSOC Youth Forum.
World Food Forum Announces 2023 Theme: Food Action accelerates Climate Action.
Statements from National Youth Delegations at the 2022 WFF flagship event.
The World Food Forum Focal Points Group is now opening up a call for applications for interested individuals between the ages of 18 and 35 years to join the team.
While we currently produce enough food to feed every man, woman and child in the world, in 2021 there were still up to 828 million people who were hungry.
The discussions on COP27 during the World Food Forum’s (WFF) Youth Action Assembly revolved around the key themes identified in the YOUNGO Agriculture Working Group document for COP27.