The research program under the aegis of the Legal Research Chair in Food Diversity and Security focuses on local, national, regional and international law, knowing that it is difficult, not to say impossible from now on, to establish a clear boundary between these major areas of law, each of them continuously nourishing and influencing the others in a multidirectional way.
Lines of research
The research program carries out legal aspects of the sustainable global food security concept. More specifically, it focuses on legal instruments for the promotion and protection of agricultural and food diversity, aiming to achieve greater coherence in agri-food law.
- Analysis of legal tools useful for the enhancement of agricultural and food diversity, products and modes of production;
- Analysis of the legal tools allowing to strengthen the links between food security, consumption and health;
- Legal analysis of the promotion and protection of food diversity and food security in international law.