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Meat Atlas – Facts and figures about the animals we eat

Food is a necessity, a satisfaction and it's very personal, however do you sometimes wonder where the steak, sausage or burger you are eating comes from? The Meat Atlas sheds light on the impacts of meat and dairy production, and aims to catalyse the debate over the need for better, safer and more sustainable food and farming.

Winning Projects: Ecofair Media - Good Food for All!

Film and media students were invited to submit a media project for „Ecofair Media – Good Food for All!“ on the subject of The Human Right to Food. The winners were awarded fellowships to realize their ideas.

Soil Atlas: Facts and figures about earth, land and fields

The global significance of soils demands global responses. 2015 is the International Year of Soils. In this year, the United Nations wants to further the goal of soil protection. This Soil Atlas shows what can succeed and why the soil should concern us all.

"ALBTRAUF" – students of the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg (EcoFair Media)

Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.

"Eat me!" – Ilina Perianova (EcoFair Media)

Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.

"Our Daily Bread" – Pavel Ruzyak (EcoFair Media)

Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.

"Ackerbunt" – Jakob Fuhr, Christine Anas, Elisabeth Weydt (EcoFair Media)

Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.

"Reichtum" - David Schittek (EcoFair Media)

Presenting: the winning projects presented at "EcoFair Media – Good food for all!" that artistically and substantively tackle the issue of the human right to food.

Right to Food: Series of Lectures & Discussions at European Universities

Expert lecturers from Tanzania, Netherlands, Germany and South Africa join a series of lectures and discussions with students at partner universities throughout Europe on the right to food.

Study: Introducing the Right to Food in University Curricula

While it is broadly recognised that hunger is “a function of entitlements and not of food availability as such,” there is still a vacuum in research and development education with regard to introducing a human rights/governance lens to teaching.

Ecofair

The Ecofair Trade Dialogue Project wants to promote discussion about the sustainable and fair agricultural trade.

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Video: What's the story behind your food?

Food is a necessity. And it’s very personal. Satisfaction reflects ethical decisions, and private concerns can be very political in nature.

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Study: Introducing the Right to Food in University Curricula
Study: Foreign Direct Investment in Agri-Food Networks in India and Sub-Saharan Africa
Right to Food: Series of Lectures & Discussions at European Universities
"Reichtum" - David Schittek (EcoFair Media)
"Our Daily Bread" – Pavel Ruzyak (EcoFair Media)
The future of global food
The EcoFair Trade Dialogue
Reforms for a sustainable EU agricultural policy
Our southern partners
Rules for a fair and ecological agricultural trade
Current studies
What are the effects of food speculation?
Our media projects