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Mary Robinson led a hunger lecture and panel discussion in Belfast on 8 October.

The Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) convened in Rome on 19th – 21st November 2014. On the last day of the conference, Civil Society addressed conference delegates to outline its vision for ICN2 and for sustainably addressing food and nutrition insecurity.

This year's Global Hunger Index report shows that, since 1990, progress has been made in reducing hunger. However, global hunger levels remain unacceptably high.

Concern Worldwide’s former CEO, Tom Arnold, has been appointed as the UN’s new coordinator of the Scaling Up Nutrition group.

Join us for the Concern Perfect Match Party on 1 October and help stop hunger. Tickets cost £200 with proceeds from the party supporting our Hunger Stops Here appeal.

Former Concern Worldwide CEO, Tom Arnold, has been honoured with the prestigious 2014 Helen Keller International Humanitarian Award.

This year's Global Hunger Index is called "building resilence to achieve food and nutrition security." Released by Concern Worldwide, International Food Policy Research Institute and Welthungerhilfe, it records the state of hunger worldwide, spotlighting countries and regions where action is most needed.