The report shows the necessity to establish a global legal framework that allows for the circulation of relevant information, while preserving the rights of the people to whom the data ultimately belongs.
Food is a fundamental human right, and yet, too many people in the world do not have secure
access to the food they need every day. In 2021,about one in every 11 people in the world (around 800 million people) faced hunger and many more (around 2.3 billion) were moderately or severely food insecure. The world is off track to achieving
the SDG targets on hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition. Different and better actions are
Against this backdrop, the findings and recommendations of this report are an
important contribution to achieve food security and nutrition. High-quality data and its accurate and timely analysis are essential to design,monitor and evaluate effective FSN policies. Data is also fundamental to ensure accountability of government policies and to monitor their implementation and impact