The OECD and Italy successfully co-organised a UNGA side event entitled “Shaping coherent and collective action in a post-2015 world: How can policy coherence for development help improve global food security?” on 24 September in New York. With the overall objective of achieving global food security, the event convened high-level representatives from governments, international organisations, business associations and civil society organisations. It discussed: actions by OECD countries and emerging economies; priority areas where global, coherent and co-ordinated action is needed; and responsibilities of developing countries themselves and how advanced economies can support these efforts.
All information related to the side event is available on the PCD Platform
Read the summary of the panel here.