The implications of global multi-crises for EU-Africa relations. In the food security domain

Food insecurity had been worsening significantly in Africa even before Russia´s invasion of Ukraine. Climate shocks, the COVID-19 pandemic and regional conflicts were disrupting food production and distribution resulting in rising costs for agricultural commodities on the continent. The war in Ukraine exacerbated the situation, pushing food and fertiliser prices even higher.

Revamping international response to global food insecurity. Building transparent and participatory selection processes and governance in the UN Rome-based Agencies (RBAs)

Three concurrent crises — climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic and the conflict in Ukraine — have combined to worsen food

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The European Green Deal and the war in Ukraine: Addressing crises in the short and long term - DG INTPA Infopoint event

The European Green Deal and the war in Ukraine: Addressing crises in the short and long term

In this policy brief, we analyse the direct effects and implications of the war in Ukraine on energy security, industrial supply chains, food security and environmental protection in the EU and in developing countries.