Summary Papers

Summaries of papers presented at the conference are available below in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat 3.0 or higher necessary for viewing).

Abdul Aziz, Tunku. The Impact of Corruption on Food Security.
Summary (PDF 36K)
Ammann, Klaus. Thoughts About the Future of Agriculture: Science and Fiction in the Risk Assessment Debate.
Summary (PDF 33K)
Aziz, Sartaj. Why 800 Million People Are Still Hungry?
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Beckmann, David. Building Political Commitment.
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Bongaarts, John. Future Population Trends.
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Dalrymple, David. Perspective from the Next Generation.
Summary (PDF 26K)
Díaz-Bonilla, Eugenio. Globalization, Poverty, and Food Security.
Summary (PDF 36K)
Eid, Uschi. The Roles and Responsibilities of Industrialized Countries in Assuring Sustainable Food Security: Setting Priorities for Action.
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Guiton, Philippe. Conflict and Hunger.
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Gulati, Ashok. The Future of Agriculture in South Asia: W(h)ither the Small Farm?
Summary (PDF 28K)
Haddad, Lawrence. Burying Nutrition Myths and Activating Choices for Our Children's Development.
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Hausmann, Volker. Perspectives from the Viewpoint of Nongovernmental Development Organizations (NGDOs).
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Horton, Susan. The Nutritional and Epidemiological Transitions.
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Imhof, Heinz. Combating Hunger: How the Agribusiness Industry Can Help.
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Johnson, Robbin. Putting Globalization to Work for the Poor.
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Karanja, Mercy. Setting the Priorities for Action.
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Kisamba-Mugerwa, Wilberforce. Empowering Low-Income Women for Enhanced Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Summary (PDF 29K)
Leisinger, Klaus M. Setting the Priorities for Action.
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Lipton, Michael. Escaping Poverty: The Poor’s Productive Resource Needs: A Keynote Address.
Summary (PDF 39K)
McCalla, Alexander. The Devastating Impacts of Rich-Country Agricultural Policies on Poverty Reduction and Food Security in Developing Countries.
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MeinzenDick, Ruth. Property Rights for Empowering Low-Income Women.
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Meyers, William H. Success and Failures in Achieving the Goals of the World Food Summit.
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Nielson, Poul. Promoting Food Security and Poverty Reduction Through Broad-Based Economic Growth: A View from the European Union.
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Nsibambi, Apolo. Sustainable Food Security for All by the Year 2020.
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Paarlberg, Robert. Which Institutions Must Act?
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Pandya-Lorch, Rajul. Setting the Priorities for Action.
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Pinstrup-Andersen, Per. Welcome and Opening Remarks.
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Pretty, Jules. Agroecological Approaches for Sustainability.
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Rajarathinavelu, K.. Complementary Technologies, One Goal: Approaches to Sustainable Food Production.
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Rijsberman, Frank. Troubled Water, Water Troubles: Overcoming an Important Constraint to Food Security.
Summary (PDF 38K)
Sanchez, Pedro. The Climate Change — Soil Fertility — Food Security Nexux.
Summary (PDF 36K)
Short, Clare. Food Insecurity — A Symptom of Poverty.
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Spencer, Dunstan. Will They Survive? Prospects for Small Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Thomson, Jennifer. Biotechnological Approaches to Sustainable Food Production.
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van de Sand, Klemens. Whose Responsibility Is It To End Hunger? (IFAD Statement).
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Wallis, Stewart. Oxfam GB Key Priorities for Food Security.
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Zehr, Usha Barwale. Whose Responsibility Is It To End Hunger?
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