Topic of the 2023 GFFA: Food Systems Transformation: A Worldwide Response to Multiple Crises
It is already evident that the next GFFA will also focus on the war in Ukraine. Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified attack on Ukraine has directly affected global food systems – it has led to considerable price hikes for grain all over the world, especially for wheat and maize. This is causing problems, especially for developing and newly industrialised countries that import food.
At the 2023 GFFA, about 2,000 international visitors from political, economic, scientific and civil society backgrounds will meet to discuss different aspects of the GFFA topic. The world’s largest informal Conference of Agriculture Ministers will take place on Saturday, the final day of the conference. It constitutes the political highlight of the GFFA. During this conference, about 70 agriculture ministers from all around the world will adopt a joint political communiqué. High-level representatives from more than ten international organisations, such as the FAO, OECD, WTO and World Bank, will also attend the conference.
Many of the GFFA events, including 16 expert panels, a science slam and the opening event, will be open to the public. Attendance is free of charge. Please make a note of the date for the 2023 GFFA and consider subscribing to the GFFA newsletter.
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