Winning the Peace: Hunger and Instability

Winning the Peace examines what can happen when people do not have enough food at a time when more than 20 million stand on the brink of starvation. If left unchecked, food insecurity destabilizes nations, creating fertile ground for unrest in many forms, from migration and food riots to recruitment by violent extremists. This report is among the most in-depth reviews of research on the link between food insecurity and instability ever produced.

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Humanitarian Crisis Report

A dramatic increase in protracted conflict and displacement combined with an ever-increasing number of natural disasters has resulted in widespread human suffering, loss of dignity, dashed hopes and death. Eight U.S. humanitarian relief and advocacy organizations have proposed a set of recommendations designed to better meet the needs of the people affected by the growing number of crises.

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Roadmap to End Hunger

The Roadmap Coalition’s 2015 Policy Brief details progress and recommendations for how the Administration and Congress can continue building on what they’ve achieved. The brief calls for a multi-pronged approach to solving hunger and malnutrition that stands on four pillars: emergency response, safety nets, nutrition and agriculture.

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