Podcast: “Corporations in the Global Food System and Human Rights”
Find the podcast from the conference “Corporations in the Global Food System and Human Rights” conference in September 2014.
Addo, Michael: The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights – background, framework and modalities
Bostad, Inga: Welcome to the Conference
Dukes, Graham: What can we learn from experience with medicine policies?
Eide, Asbjørn: Human rights issues in the transitions of the food and agricultural system
Eide, Wenche Barth: Purpose and Overview
Flesland, Randi: Self-regulation or legislation for protecting consumers? The Norwegian experience with reducing marketing of unhealthy food to children
Gomez, Fabio: Legislative and economic measures to decrease the demand for unhealthy food products: potential and practical impacts of a rights - based approach
Haugen, Hans Morten: Patterns of power in decision-making over the use of land for food or income by primary and corporate producers
Havnevik, Kjell: Responsible Agricultural Investments (RAI)
Hellum, Anne: Small water for small food: Protection against water grabbing - a gender and human rights issue
Høglund, Morten: Address to the Conference
Jørgensen, Allan Lerberg: Working with the private food sector towards a human rights policy and due diligence: the case of Nestlé
Langford, Malcolm: Towards an empirical theory of human rights and corporate behaviour? Reflections on a future research agenda
Lobstein, Tim: Marketing of unhealthy foods, especially to children and youth and consequences for obesity and NCD
Mason, Frances: The Importance of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk substitutes in protecting young children’s’ nutritional status
Roalkvam, Sidsel: Welcome and introduction speech
Roalkvam, Sidsel: Summing up of the first day and plan for the second
Suarez-Franco, Ana Maria: Is a binding treaty crucial to end harmful impacts of some food-related corporations in transforming production and consumption patterns?
Swinburn, Boyd: Civil society increasing the demand for action – what responses to mobilize?
Swinburn, Boyd: Monitoring and accountability systems for healthier food environments
Toebes, Brigit: Corporations and the right to health
Tømte, Aksel: Protection gaps in the palm oil sector – the case of Indonesia
Windfuhr, Michael: Livelihood and sustainability requirements on the producer side – which standards to promote? Illustrated by efforts of the Committee on Wold Food Security