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24 Jan, 2022 06:15

‘Corporations are the problem, not the solution!’ – UN special rapporteur on growing global hunger (E1099)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Michael Fakhri. He explains why global hunger is the result of political decisions, not food scarcity. He also discusses the humanitarian catastrophe and famine in Yemen, its political causes, and how corporations and neoliberal doctrine has worsened global hunger and allocation of food. Fakhri also explores the link between class and malnutrition, and much more.

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