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Three of these implications are considered From ‘old famines’ to new famines’ 13 here. The first is that past famines might be amenable to reinterpretation, the second is that individuals and institutions must take responsibility for contemporary famines, and the third is that there is an urgent need to introduce enforceable mechanisms of accountability for famine prevention. ‘Old famine’ thinking continues to dominate contemporary understandings of famine causation, long after it should have been superseded by more nuanced analyses.
At the level of nation states, democratic institutions must be strengthened and deepened, ideally through domestic pressure from citizens and civil society activism. At the global level, the right to adequate food is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of 1966. Little progress has been made in enforcing this right under international law, despite commitments made by governments and international organizations at the World Food Conference in 1974 and the World Food Summit in 1996, and the adoption in 2004 of ‘Voluntary Guidelines on the Right to Food’.