- Paul van de Logt, Head, Food and Nutrition Security, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Shenggen Fan, Director, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
- Reina Buijs, Deputy Director-General, International Cooperation at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Marit Maij, Special Envoy, Migration, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Meike van Ginneken, CEO, SNV Netherlands Development Organisation
- Remco Oostendorp, Professor of International Economics and Director of the Amsterdam Centre for World Food Studies, VU Amsterdam
- Atze Schaap, Global Director, Dairy Development, FrieslandCampina
- Aldrik Gierveld, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Agriculture Nature and Food Quality
IFPRI’s 2018 Global Food Policy Report reviews major food policy issues and developments from the past year. Leading researchers, policy makers, and practitioners review the changing policy landscape for reducing hunger and poverty and offer a look forward to 2018.
This seventh annual report takes an in-depth look at the impacts of globalization—including the movement of goods, investment, people, and knowledge—and the challenge of growing anti-globalization pressures. In 2018, the world must maintain its momentum toward ending poverty and malnutrition sustainably. Leveraging the benefits of globalization while minimizing the risks can make a key contribution to achieving this vision.