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Food Files Magazine, Issue 1

Food Files is a magazine published by ActionAid and IFSN, and it aims to promote critical and fruitful discussion around food security issues. The magazine features various articles on the right to
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From Under Their Feet: A Think piece on the gender dimensions of land grabs in Africa

This paper was commissioned by ActionAid and serves as a think-piece to build our understanding of the gendered implications of the recent wave of large-scale land acquisitions and investments,
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Biofueling Hunger: How US Corn Ethanol Policy Drives Up Food Prices in Mexico

There is widespread agreement that biofuels expansion, with its direct diversion of food and feed crops and its indirect impact through competition for land and other food-producing resources, has
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Food Files Magazine, Issue 2

Food Files is a magazine published by ActionAid and IFSN, and it aims to promote critical and fruitful discussion around food security issues. The magazine features various articles on the right to
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Transforming education for girls in Nigeria: Baseline research summary report

This report is the culmination of much work by the Transforming Education for Girls in Nigeria and Tanzania (TEGINT) project partnership, in particular the work of the national implementing partner in
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Transforming Education for Girls in Tanzania: Baseline research summary report

This report is the culmination of much work by the Transforming Education for Girls in Nigeria and Tanzania (TEGINT) project partnership, in particular the work of the national implementing partner in
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Food Files Magazine, Issue 3

Food Files is a magazine published by ActionAid and IFSN, and it aims to promote critical and fruitful discussion around food security issues. The magazine features various articles on the right to
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Smoke Screen: The Hidden Story Behind Biofuel Production

The report seeks to analyse the ethanol production chain and to shed light on two aspects of the debate: the impact of the territorial expansion of sugar cane production on food security and climate