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Ten debates on right to food and social protection. Debate 10: Enforcing rights

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    This document is part of a set titled "Ten debates on right to food and social protection – Learning from India's experience" that presents the major debates emerged during the development and adoption of the India’s National Food Security Act (2013). This set includes discussions on critical issues that different actors, who wish to develop food security and social protection strategies in their countries, will certainly have to deal with and provides a useful instrument to be used in study gro ups and strategy planning workshops. The Indian case is not presented either as a model to be emulated by other countries nor as a prescription, but rather as a reference and a fit case for a global discussion about state food provisioning as part of a larger framework of social protection. The debates are also available as a set of briefs at the following link: http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4962e/index.html
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    This document is part of a set titled "Ten debates on right to food and social protection – Learning from India's experience" that presents the major debates emerged during the development and adoption of the India’s National Food Security Act (2013). This set includes discussions on critical issues that different actors, who wish to develop food security and social protection strategies in their countries, will certainly have to deal with and provides a useful instrument to be used in study gro ups and strategy planning workshops. The Indian case is not presented either as a model to be emulated by other countries nor as a prescription, but rather as a reference and a fit case for a global discussion about state food provisioning as part of a larger framework of social protection. The debates are also available as a set of briefs at the following link: http://www.fao.org/3/a-i4962e/index.html

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