Universalisation and inclusion of nutritious food items in the PDS are the solutions for food insecurity problem

Universalisation and inclusion of nutritious food items in the PDS are the solutions for food insecurity problem

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published Published on Aug 17, 2020   modified Modified on Aug 18, 2020

-Press release by the Right to Food Campaign dated 17th August, 2020

The Budget Session of Parliament was curtailed due to Covid-19 and the sudden imposition of lockdown and since then the Parliament has not been in session. Therefore, several civil society organisation networks and peoples’ movements, have organised an online Janta Parliament from 16th August to 21st August on a variety of social issues ranging from health to civil liberties.

In this context, the Right to Food Campaign organised a Food Security and Nutrition session on August 17th, 2020.

Please click here to access the press statement issued by the Right to Food Campaign dated 17th August, 2020.

Please click here to know more about the Janata Parliament.

For more information, please contact the following organisation:

Right to Food Campaign (Secretariat)
24, Block A, Adhchini, Sarvodaya Enclave,
New Delhi – 110017,
India
Phone: 011-41613468,
+91-8527359760
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.righttofoodcampaign.in


Press release by the Right to Food Campaign dated 17th August, 2020


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