|Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition • FSN Forum
|How can FAO and Civil Society Organizations engage better?
| Dear Colleagues,
We are happy to invite you to the new online consultation on « How can FAO and Civil Society Organizations engage better?« , launched by the Civil Society Organization Partnerships team under the FAO Partnerships and UN Collaboration Division.
This consultation is available in three languages: English, Español and Français.
The online Consultation is open until 6 October 2023.
|Over the years, Food and Agriculture Organization of UN has intensified its collaboration withcivil society organizations (CSOs). Hundreds have been involved in FAO’s technical work, emergency field operations, training and capacity building, and advocacy of best agricultural practices. The current FAO Strategic Framework 2022-31 calls for transformative partnerships to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the 2030 Agenda’s aspiration of “Leaving No One Behind” and thus exploring a more strategic engagement with CSOs, capitalizing on the breadth and diversity of expertise and characteristics of CSOs.
This online consultation aims to identify and understand the opportunities and challenges for better and more transformative engagement between FAO and CSOs. Participants’ suggestions and ideas shared through this consultation will help strengthen the FAO-CSOs collaboration for the benefit of their shared objectives related to agrifood system transformation.
How to take part in this online Consultation: Please visit the consultation webpage to read the full introduction in any of three languages (English, Español and Français). Please registerto the FSN Forum, if you are not yet a member, or “sign in” to your account. You can provide your feedback to all or any of five questions in one of the three languages. For questions or support please send a message to email@example.com.
Please feel free to share this invitation with your professional networks.
We look forward to your active participation and an exchange of view and suggestions!
Your FSN Forum Team