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If communities can generate evidence themselves, either as primary data or from existing information, they may be more effective in lobbying and advocacy around their priorities, and less dependent on others to set the agenda. This discussion paper focuses on evidence as a means for defending and improving the food system of the poor, presenting some examples of the range of methodologies and their application.

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Title: Citizen-generated Evidence for a More Sustainable and Healthy Food System

Description:If communities can generate evidence themselves, either as primary data or from existing information, they may be more effective in lobbying and advocacy around their priorities, and less dependent on others to set the agenda. This discussion paper focuses on evidence as a means for defending and improving the food system of the poor, presenting some examples of the range of methodologies and their application.

Publisher: Hivos and IIED

Type: pdf