How can global governance mechanisms be strengthened to increase agricultural productivity and manage price volatility to ensure equitable access to food? Access to food is one of the most significant and important challenges set to be faced in coming years in the world community.

It is clear that the issue of food security and its manifest complexity must be addressed in a coordinated way on multiple levels of intervention: economic, political, environmental and social.

This work carefully and thoroughly examines all the issues of global access to food and indicates four decisive areas of intervention: from strengthening governance mechanisms to increasing agricultural productivity, from controlling price volatility to effective management of the issue of eating habits.