Food Security and Food Sovereignty Challenges in Africa
Title: Food Security and Food Sovereignty Challenges in Africa
Subject Classification: Politics and Government, Food and Farming, Poverty
BIC Classification: JP, TV, JFCV
BISAC Classification: POL067000, TEC003000, TEC003070
Binding: Hardback, pp.388
Publication date: 19th August 2022
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-050-9
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-051-6
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This edited volume advances knowledge of food security and food sovereignty for students and researchers. The book analyses and interprets field data and interrogates relevant literature, which forms the basis for decisions on improving food security and sovereignty in Africa. It deepens an understanding of food fraud, and of multinational corporations’ (MNCs) manipulations of food quality to the detriment of consumers. It provides information to advance new knowledge on the issue of international interdependency of unequal exchange, and the inactions of governments against the dumping and waste of food.
Editor: Professor Lere Amusan is Full Professor and Head of the Department of Political Studies and International Relations, North West University, South Africa. His research areas include food politics and food policies, international relations, politics of development and underdevelopment in developing areas, and foreign policy analysis.
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