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The FSN Forum in practice www.fao.org / fsnforum. by Max Blanck. Examples of FSN Forum uses. Sharing and making knowledge available Making policy and drafting processes more inclusive Awareness raising and advocacy. Sharing and making knowledge available.

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examples of fsn forum uses
Examples of FSN Forum uses
    • Sharing and making knowledge available
  • Making policy and drafting processes more inclusive
    • Awareness raising and advocacy
sharing and making knowledge available
Sharing and making knowledge available
  • A Zimbabwean graduate research assistant at Mississippi State University explores the role of the impact of indigenous methods of food preparation on food security and nutrition
  • A Kenyan graduate student at the University of Alberta investigates the role of social relations and networks in household food security and nutrition
making policy and drafting processes more inclusive
Making policy and drafting processes more inclusive

CFSSecretariat

Review and facilitate buy-in by stakeholders

Task Team to draft V1

Proposed

Annotated Outline

Regional Consultations

CFS

Final Draft

making policy and drafting processes more inclusive1
Making policy and drafting processes more inclusive

HLPE

Review to set the track

Preparation of draft report

Proposed

Scope

Recommendations to countries

ProjectTeam

Seek suggestions and inputs

CFS

Preparationof final report

Draft report

high level panel of experts of the cfs
High Level Panel of Experts of the CFS

Quote from Maryam Rahmanian (Vice-Chairperson of the HLPE Steering Committee) at the presentation of the reports on Climate Change and Social Protection.

The HLPE holds open online consultations so that any informed voice can be brought to our attention and to widen the circles from which evidence is made available, including experiences from the ground. […]

These consultations and the growing network we are building through them are invaluable to our work. In particular the contributions from civil society are important in bringing fresh and challenging perspectives and are particularly appreciated. […]

making policy and drafting processes more inclusive post 2015 development agenda
Making policy and drafting processes more inclusivePost 2015 Development Agenda

Discussion with CFS Stakeholders

E-consultation to brainstorm on new agenda

High Level meeting in Madrid

Adoption of post 2015 global development agenda

UN General Assembly Discussion

making policy and drafting processes more inclusive food security law for the dominican republic
Making policy and drafting processes more inclusive Food Security Law for the Dominican Republic

Enact Legislation

Dominican Government

Online Consultation

Draft to be presented to Parliament

Draft Law

Physical consultation meetings facilitated by CSOs

Villages

awareness raising and advocacy
Awareness raising and advocacy
  • The secretariat of the ICN2, a big international conference on nutrition, uses a series of online discussion to expand outreach and inform the meeting’s agenda
  • The How to feed the world in 2050, a high-level international meeting on food governance is made accessible and participatory through the organization of a preparatory online discussion
online platform for the eurasian center for food security ecfs
The online consultations reached out to:

5000 FSN Forum members

800 experts from CIS countries

relevant platforms and communication channels

Online platform for the Eurasian Center for Food Security (ECFS)

During the two online consultations the website received over 3000 visits from 114 countries

Number of visits

regionalization specialization
Regionalization/Specialization

Regional Forum

Global FSN Forum

Thematic Forum

Regional audience

Global audience

Thematic audience

tools used
Tools Used
  • Global Forum (Drupal platform, with registration)
  • Targeted discussions spaces (Drupal platform, with or without registration)
  • Mailing lists (Listserv)
  • FAO Intranet
  • Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)
  • Cross posting and advertisement on other networks and websites
  • SMS (testing now)
number of comments
Number of comments

Average number of comments for regular FSN Forum discussions: 50

Average number of comments for HLPE consultations: 58

Comments on the Post 2015 open consultation: 280

Average comments for Protracted Crises discussions: 25+

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For further information contact us at:

fsn-moderator@fao.org

and visit our website:

www.fao.org/fsnforum