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ILO, IFAD and CARE are teaming up to tackle poverty and inequality across the the agri-food sector

The three organizations who now form the Decent Work for Equitable Food Systems Coalition ( ) will base their work and actions on the four pillars of the ILO’s Decent Work Agenda: rights at work; full and productive employment; social protection; and social dialogue.

Building resilient and equitable food systems that produce enough nutritious food for the world’s growing population requires an approach that guarantees the rights of agri-food workers, addresses decent work deficits and promotes sustainable growth of the agri-food sector.


human rights, agri-food, food, food industry, sustainability, workers rights, employment conditions, workplace conditions, english