Right to an adequate standard of living
Article 25 of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights stipulates that everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of themselves and of their family.
The right to an adequate standard of living includes food, clothing, housing, health care and necessary social benefits including the right to security in the event of loss of livelihood in circumstances beyond their control. The right to a reasonable standard of living is detailed in terms of content, but not in terms of scope. Each country is to work to give everyone access to a standard of living that is adequate according to the opportunities and prevailing conditions in the country.
Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations
The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) leads the efforts of the UN and the international community in achieving the goal of A world without hunger. It works both in consultation with developing countries and with industrialised countries, and serves as a neutral venue where nations can convene to negotiate agreements or discuss policy. A source of knowledge and information, FAO works diligently to transfer know-how within its 192 Member Nations, including the EU which is also a member of FAO.
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