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A new FAO-IFPRI brief finds some surprising effects in the dynamic between migration and food security.
Participants at an IFPRI forum warn that the fight against global hunger is hitting choppy waters.
The World Food Programme's aid spending has more than doubled since 2009. Participants at an IFPRI event discuss what that means for the future of food assistance.
As famine grips four countries in Africa, an IFPRI panel discusses how to blunt its impact and head off future humanitarian disasters.
Famines are not the inevitable result of environmental conditions. The right mix of assistance and strategic support, sustained over time, can head off the next catastrophe.
The Syrian civil war has forced millions of people to leave their homes over the past five years, throwing the issue of refugees to the forefront of public debate. Though far from being a new phenomenon, this has led to renewed interest in the…
On June 15-16, 2016, the European Commission (EC) will host the 10th European Development Days to bring the development community together to share ideas and experiences aimed at addressing the world’s most pressing challenges.
Speakers: Maximo Torero, Markets, Trade, and Institutions division director, IFPRI Alex de Waal, executive director of the World Peace Foundation and research professor at Tufts University Connell Foley, director of Strategy, Advocacy and Learning at…
The following post by IFPRI Director General Shenggen Fan was originally published in the Huffington Post. The plight of refugees and migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea has dominated the headlines this year. While we must provide them with…