Food Riots and Food Rights: The Moral and Political Economy of Accountability for Hunger

This research comprised of comparative country (Bangladesh, India, Kenya and Mozambique) case studies and aimed to study the causes (grievances and opportunities) of food riots and right-to-food movements, as well as their effects (how governments respond, whether their response institutionalizes accountability) during the recent periods of food price volatility.

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