Ethics and the politics of hunger. By Corine Pelluchon - VILLA-GILLET // WALLS AND BRIDGES //
 

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Ethics and the politics of hunger. By Corine Pelluchon

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"A little less than a billion people, mostly farmers, are undernourished, and about 2 billions people suffer from malnutrition, in other words, they do not eat food that is rich enough in essential micronutrients, which leads to blindness, rickets, brain disorders, and extreme vulnerability to diseases, and, among adults, difficulty in working. "

 

 

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