Learning from Brazil's Food and Nutrition Security Policies
Marques Vieira, Luciana
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This paper provides an overview of the findings of a UK-Brazil learning exchange, which took place between British and Brazilian policy actors working in food and nutrition who were interested in learning from each other’s experiences. In addition, this paper includes a section reviewing Brazilian food and nutrition policy, in order to provide the basis for a comparative policy analysis with the Food-EPI process carried out in England by the Food Foundation. Together with a range of dissemination and engagement events and meetings, a series of policy briefs have been produced, detailing both Brazil and the UK’s respective successes and experience in certain areas of food policy.