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Implementing Human Rights against Hunger

Erstellt am 07.02.2011 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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NGO COMMITTEE ON PEACE, VIENNA

Date: Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Time: 15.00 hours
Place: Vienna International Centre,
M-Building, Room M OE 100

Speaker:

Ms. Gertrude Klaffenböck
Coordinator of FIAN Austria

FIAN – FOOD FIRST INFORMATION and ACTION NETWORK is an international
human rights organization that takes worldwide action for the realization of the
right to food as a human right. With close to one billion of people suffering
from hunger on a daily basis, the right to food is one of the most often violated
human rights. Ms. Klaffenböck will present the instruments and methods used
by FIAN since twenty years to defend this right.

Ms. Gertrude Klaffenböck has studied agro-economy. Since 2003 she is the
Coordinator of FIAN Austria. Main focus of her work is currently on gender
relations, access to resources and justiciability of the Human right to food.

Guests are welcome!

Access to VIC:

A VIC grounds pass is required to enter the Vienna International Centre.

Recipients of this invitation, or their guests, who do not hold a VIC grounds pass, are kindly requested to register by sending an email with their full name to reno@wvnet.at

Deadline for registration: 20 February 2011

Registered participants will be included in a list held by UN security at the main gate of the VIC.
Please present this invitation along with a valid ID or passport at Gate 1 of the VIC.
Please consider that formalities at Gate 1 may take time and kindly arrive sufficiently in
advance of the meeting.

The VIC, 1220 Wien, Wagramer Strasse 5, is best reached by U1 (Kaisermühlen/Vienna International Centre).

 

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