Kennedy A., Liljeblad J. (2016). Food systems governance, challenges for justice, equality and human rights. Londres (Royaume-Uni) : Routledge. 220 p. (Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment).
|Titre :||Food systems governance, challenges for justice, equality and human rights|
|Auteurs :||A. Kennedy ; J. Liljeblad|
|Type de document :||E-Book|
|Editeur :||Londres [Royaume-Uni] : Routledge, 2016|
|Collection :||Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment|
|Format :||220 p.|
|Langues du résumé :||Anglais|
Catégories principales08 - ALIMENTATION ; 8.3 - Politique et Sécurité Alimentaire
Thésaurus IAMMSYSTEME AGROALIMENTAIRE ; GOUVERNANCE ; INEGALITE SOCIALE ; DROITS DE L'HOMME ; DURABILITE ; PRODUCTION ALIMENTAIRE ; MONDIALISATION ; AUTOSUFFISANCE
Sustainability and food production represent a major challenge to society, with both consumption and supply sides posing practical and ethical dilemmas. This book shows that food governance issues can occur in many ways and at many points along the food chain. The risks and impacts, particularly with the increasing globalisation of food systems, are often distributed in unequal ways.
It is the role of law to form the pivot around which these issues are addressed in society in the form of food governance mechanisms. The chapters in this book address a range of issues in food governance revolving around questions of justice, fairness, equality and human rights. They identify different issues regarding inequality in access and control over food governance. Some address generic governance and institutional issues across a range of international contexts, while others present case studies, including from Argentina, China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, UK and West Africa. The book offers directions for reform of the law and legal institutions to mitigate the dangers of inequality and promote greater fairness in food governance.
|Note de contenu :||
chapter 1 - Introduction
chapter 2 - Food system governance : a systematic literature review
chapter 3 - Food sovereignty : governance and exclusion in an alternative social movement
chapter 4 - Seed sovereignty and inequality : an analysis of seed systems and their impacts on small-scale farmers
chapter 5 - Transnational legal processes of the right to food : lessons learned from Papua, Indonesia
chapter 6 - Foucault's evaluation of the UN call for human rights in global food governance
chapter 7 - Sustaining food production in the Anthropocene : influences by regulation of crop biotechnology
chapter 8 - Plant genetic resources interdependence : reintegrating farmers into the global food system
chapter 9 - Contaminated land law of China : a possible way to achieve food safety?
chapter 10 - Life-cycle regulation of food safety in China : a legal perspective
|Cote :||Réservé lecteur CIHEAM|
|URL / DOI :||https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315674957|