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Title: Stop starvation for 8% of the European population!
Current status: Collection closed on 20/07/2019
Commission registration number: ECI(2018)000002
Date of registration: 19/07/2018
Registration language: EN / Other languages available: BG CS DA DE EL EN ES ET FI FR HR HU IT LT LV MT NL PL PT RO SK SL SV
Commission Decision on the registration of the proposed citizens' initiative: COMMISSION DECISION

Subject-matter: Access to food is part of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. European Union was the second largest GDP worldwide in 2016 but still starvation is part of our environment.
Main objectives: This initiative has for objective to prompt governments to embrace the hunger problem which is still a major concern. European citizens who are suffering from food scarcity is estimated at 46 million (8% of total EU pop.) and this number is not decreasing. The initiative will not only emphasize the responsibility of governments to eradicate the problem but will also highlight cost impact related to hunger and propose a list of actions that will significantly reduce this heresy.
Provisions of the Treaties considered relevant by the organisers: Public Health & Food Safety
Organisers / Members of citizens' committee:
  • Representative: Jerome BAUCHET -
  • Substitute: Eric VANKELST -
  • Other members: Konstantin HASSELBACH, Gianmaria RICCIARDI, Anders BERGBACK, Rozle REVEN, Nail KHAZENDAR
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