How we work

The SDG2 Hub offers strategic guidance on public engagement to the entire community working in and around SDG2 by providing direction around global campaigns and support for grass roots, country-level initiatives.  

Additionally, the Hub works to include new and disruptive players in dialogues around SDG2 as to engage a wider audience and effect greater change. One such voice are chefs - see the Chefs' Manifesto

To support coordination and knowledge sharing, the SDG2 Hub platform collates useful resources from the SDG2 space and creates resources to fill gaps. Find below a snapshot of these resources. 

 

GFFAGood Food For All

The Hub has recently launched Good Food For All, a SDG2 narrative that aims to help connect all of the great policy, advocacy and campaigning work happening in the SDG2 space. Shifting from a technical discussion to a focus on food, Good Food For All speaks to the breadth of Goal 2 and a wider food experience. The narrative has a range of white-label assets to help bring it to life – check out the logo, social assets, animation and more here. 

 

Add SDG2 events to the calendar

From Glasgow to Kigali, the SDG2 Hub’s calendar maps SDG2 activity happening across agriculture, nutrition and food around the world. Filtered by Global Goal, event type, or region, advocates can scan the SDG2 landscape of the coming months. Launching a document or hosting a Summit? Add your SDG2 events to the calendar for amplification.

 

Connect with your SDG2 counterparts

The SDG2 Hub is made up of an existing set of diverse actors working together to achieve SDG 2. From private sector to NGOs, from nutritionists to chefs to farmers, all members have something to offer and a role to play in achieving a sustainable food future for all. Filtered by organisation or user, this directory can put you in touch with your nutrition/agriculture counterpart or non-traditional actors championing SDG2. 

 

Sharing SDG2 NewsSOFI

An op-ed sharing reflections on this year’s SOFI report. A guide to Global Goals Week. A blog post on Plate the Planet, a chef campaign in Ireland for Earth Day. The SDG2 Hub’s news section amplifies events, reports, initiatives and much more happening across the SDG2 space. 

Share your stories of success, learnings and challenges with the wider network via Hub’s platform.  Blog posts range between 400- 500 words in length and focus on any aspect of agriculture, nutrition and food. Send across any ideas for possible inclusion to Rosie (rosie@sdg2advocacyhub.org). 
   

Act Now

Want to take action on SDG2 but not sure where to start? Check out the Act Now tab featuring current campaigns, white label materials and case studies to support advocacy around SDG2. 

 

 

 

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Stay up to date on SDG2

What is the latest evidence on biofortification? What is GAFSP and should we advocate for its replenishment? The SDG2 Hub gathers a range of resources created by advocates for advocates. Use this collection to stay up to date with the latest advocacy toolkits, handbooks, podcasts, statistics and findings. 

    

 

Add to the monthly SDG2 newsletter

Released each month, the newsletter summarises SDG2 highlights from the previous month and looks ahead to upcoming moments in ag, nutrition and food in the next few weeks. A snapshot of calendar events, news articles, actions and resources, the newsletter is a round up of SDG2 information delivered to your inbox. Please share content for possible inclusion with Rosie (rosie@sdg2advocacyhub.org) by the 25th of each month. 

Start sharing with the SDG2 community!