We, women and men, citizens of this planet, endorse this document, entitled the Milan Charter. In so doing, we make clear commitments concerning the right to food, which we believe should be treated as a fundamental human right.
We consider a lack of access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food, clean water and energy to be a violation of human dignity.
We believe that only our collective action as citizens, together with civil society, businesses and local, national and international institutions, will make it possible to overcome the major challenges related to food: combating undernutrition, malnutrition and waste, promoting equitable access to natural resources and ensuring sustainable management of production processes.


In signing the Milan Charter,

  • we affirm the responsibility of the present generation to take action and implement practices and choices that also guarantee the right to food for future generations;
  • we commit to advocating political decisions that will enable achievement of the fundamental goal of equitable access to food for all.


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As citizens, we commit to taking care with and being aware of the kind of food we eat, informing ourselves about its ingredients, their origin and about how and where it is produced…
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