Debriefing on Parliamentary Debate about BHOS Policy; Main Debates and Implications for Food and Nutrition Security

This session serves as an opportunity to reflect on the new foreign trade and development cooperation (BHOS) policy following the parliamentary debate, as well as the next steps and the implications for our sector.

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03 Oct 2022
Netherlands Food Partnership
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Time: 13:00-14:00 CEST

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On June 30, NFP hosted an online policy briefing session during which a broad representation of the Food and Nutrition Security (FNS) network had a first conversation about the new policy note. We would now like to invite you to the second briefing session on the BHOS policy, which will take place right after the new policy has been discussed by parliament.

This debriefing session specifically aims to reflect on the discussion of the new policy in Parliament and looks forward to what this means for the work of various stakeholders on SDG2 and the food systems transformation agenda. Key insights will be shared by representatives from different organisations, companies and institutions. Participants will be invited to share their thoughts on the implications for individual and joint action with partners in various countries and continents.

Timeline of BHOS Policy Related events

We have also published a timeline with illustrates when the discussions in Dutch parliament have taken place, as well as the preparatory discussions and consultations by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The timeline also includes the NFP activities which facilitated the policy engagement from the agrifood network.