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    Right to food training
    Right to Food Handbooks 10
    2014
    Right to Food Handbooks 10. The purpose of this handbook devoted to training is to offer guidance on the appropriate way to implement training processes on the right to food by adapting them to the different groups. The content of this handbook is based on the FAO’s guide "Right to Food Curriculum Outline". The previous handbook provided the distinction between rights holders, duty bearers and holders of responsibilities with regard to the right to food, as well as the functions and tasks that each one carries out. This information provides the basis for identifying the appropriate and critical training contents for all participants and some guidelines for adapting the training sessions for each specific group.
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    Information for monitoring the right to food
    Right to Food Handbooks 6
    2014
    Right to Food Handbooks 6. This third handbook on monitoring the right to food provides detail on the information needed for monitoring, information gathering methods, information systems and databases for monitoring as well as on dissemination of information. The content of this handbook is based on the FAO’s “Methods to monitor the human right to adequate food” (Volume I and Volume II).Access to timely, relevant and valid information should contribute to enhancing the capacity of duty-bearer s to fulfill their obligations regarding the right to food and should likewise aid rights-holders in defending, claiming and enforcing them.
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    General aspects regarding monitoring the right to food
    Right to Food Handbooks 4
    2014
    Right to Food Handbooks 4. This handbook, introductory to the group of those which are devoted to the process of monitoring the right to food, presents the conceptual basis for monitoring centered and based on a human rights approach. It also provides a description of the methodological and analytical agenda for monitoring. The content of this handbook is based on the FAO’s “Methods to monitor the human right to adequate food” (Volume I and Volume II). It provides a description of the methods for monitoring based on a human rights approach, which entails following up the introduction of human rights principles in the formulation, financing and implementation of relevant policies, programmes, projects and activities as well as their impact on the realization of rights. It is also important to verify that the monitoring process itself has been inspired by and is consistent with the principles of human rights.

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