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Norsif formidler invitasjon til webinar 13. mai kl 10 - 11.15

Access to Nutrition Initiative would like to invite you join a webinar to introduce the work of the Access to Nutrition Initiative which will take place on Wednesday 13 May, 10.00-11.15 CEST.

ATNI is an independent non-profit organization founded in 2013, based in the Netherlands. ATNI principally develops private sector accountability tools to provide stakeholders with regular objective assessments of the progress the private sector is making towards meeting global and national nutrition goals, such as the SDGs and WHO targets. ATNI aims to encourage food and beverage companies both to increase access to healthy products and to responsibly exercise their influence on consumers’ choice and behavior. Its Global Indexes rate the world’s largest food and beverage manufacturers, and its single-country Spotlight Indexes focus assess the largest companies in those markets, tailored to their local context. ATNI has recently launched the second India Index, the first-ever assessment of major supermarkets in the UK and is working currently on the fourth Global Index and the second US Index.

Since its launch, ATNI has worked with institutional investors: more than 70, with USD 7.5 trillion AUM have signed the Investor Statement. ATNI is continually working to contribute to investors' understanding of, and support for, corporate action on diets, nutrition and health. This year they plan to launch a set of Investor Expectations on Diets, Nutrition and Health and build global institutional investor support for them.

Please see below for the agenda and dial-in details.


Part 1 (45min):

  • Global nutrition challenges: investment and societal dimensions - 10 min

  • Introducing the Access to Nutrition Initiative - our Indexes and other private sector accountability tools - 20 min.

  • Q&As – 10 min

  • Introducing our plans for new Investor Expectations on Diets, Nutrition and Health – 5 min

Part 2: (For those investors who wish to stay on the line) - 30 mins

Marketing of breast-milk substitutes (BMS)

  • History and current context, links to Human Rights/ Convention on the Rights of the Child

  • ATNI’s assessments

  • Forthcoming Call to Action by WHO, UNICEF and others

  • Q&A


Topic: Webinar on ATNI (Access to Nutrition Initiative) work

Time: May 13, 2020 10:00 PM Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna

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