The Working Groups sit at the core of the Global Alliance, serving as a forum for developing, refining and addressing priorities.
Drawing from a cross-section of general Global Alliance membership, the Working Groups provide a place where Working Group members can work collaboratively to identify strategic opportunities to inform and influence the field, establish diverse networks that break down silos, and leverage their organizational efforts more broadly to achieve collective impact.
The Global Alliance has three active Working Groups:
The Global Alliance Advancing Well-being Working Group aims to strengthen the fundamental role that food systems play in creating and sustaining health and well being in all communities and populations.Read More
Agroecological Transitions aims to accelerate the transition to agroecology as a core solution to the challenges of the future of food. We seek to strengthen the practice and voice of agroecology, to uphold the integrity of natural systems and the human right to food, and to advocate for trade and investment policies that respect diverse and local food systems.Read More
Externalities aims make visible the full costs of producing food by investing in efforts to identify, measure and value the positive and negative environmental, social and health externalities of food and agricultural systems, and to deploy innovative strategies to affect associated policy and market change.Read More