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IN A WORLD DOMINATED BY MARKETS, WHERE RESOURCES FLOW TOWARD POWER INSTEAD OF NEED, WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF WE REALLY CARED MORE ABOUT HUNGER AND MALNUTRITION FROM A RIGHT TO NUTRITION PERSPECTIVE? (Brooke Aksnes)

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Human Rights: Food for a narrowly focused thought   Human Rights Reader 418   The current malnutrition problem around the world is not its double burden, but its multiple burdens.   By narrowly focusing on the greater appeal of reducing hunger what do we risk?   For the hungry, there is no such thing as […]

Feast or Famine at Social Medicine Rounds

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On April 28th, 2009 Social Medicine Rounds hosted four New York City food activists in a session entitled: “Feast or Famine: Building an Oasis in the Food Desert.”  This rounds was arranged by Drs. Victoria Mayer and Vanessa Pratomo and is part of a larger series organized by the Public Health Association of New York […]




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