Today hunger is no more the result of misfortune, of nature disorders or the increase of world population but the consequences of human action. In a few words, hunger is politic. Read More
Twenty years of experience in the fight against hunger have allowed author Sylvie Brunel to construct a typology of contemporary famine: besides “denied” famine, the existence of which is silenced as long as possible, there exists “created” famine and “exposed” famine, orchestrated as tools of propaganda in the context of humanitarianism and aid.
Faced with these types of hunger crises, the question today is not how the world can feed its people, but if it wants to feed its people.