Food Crisis Response entrenches Corporate Influence
The war in Ukraine has not caused the global food crisis but it has exacerbated structural failures of the neoliberal food system and a global food security strategy based on trade.
Powerful governments and corporations are exploiting food price hikes to entrench unfair global trade rules that perpetuate hunger.
A new FIAN International briefing, Food Crisis Response Entrenches Corporate Influence, calls for a transformation of the global economic system and its trade, finance, and investment regimes.
It highlights the lack of global action to address the roots of systemic and recurring global food crises, largely due to powerful vested interests which have dominated the global response to date.