How to achieve ZERO HUNGER? Turning political intent into action after the SDG Summit in New York

16:30 - 18:30
Berliner Freiheit 2 (Potsdamer Platz) Berlin Germany
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While an increasingly multipolar world reaches the 2030 Agenda’s halfway mark, it has become clear that we must, more than ever, tackle multiple crises to still stand a chance to reach “zero hunger by 2030”. The SDG Summit was an important political statement of intent that now calls for action.

Exactly one month after the SDG Summit in New York, Welthungerhilfe invites you to discuss with distinguished experts which measures must now be taken to achieve SDG 2 and what role Germany should play in this context.


  • Dr. Bärbel Kofler, Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • Dr. Debisi Araba, visiting researcher at Imperial College London, Member of the Malabo Montpellier Panel 
  • Miriam Onadia, Confédération Paysanne du Faso (tbc)
  • Dr. Moumini Savadogo, Managing Director, AKADEMIYA2063
  • Dr. Susanne Schlaack, Head of Right to Food Division, Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture
  • Omer Bangash, Sector Advisor Food and Nutrition Security, Welthungerhilfe Pakistan (tbc)
  • Prof. Lena Partzsch, Professor of Comparative Politics, Freie Universität Berlin
  • Mathias Mogge, Secretary General and CEO, Welthungerhilfe
  • Asja Hanano, Head of Policy & External Relations, Welthungerhilfe

Moderation: Christine Mhundwa, Deutsche Welle 

Date: October 19th, 2023, 04:30-06:30pm, followed by a get-together until 09:00pm
Location: BERLINER FREIHEIT, Berliner Freiheit 2  (Potsdamer Platz), 10785 Berlin

The event will be held in English, and simultaneous translation into German and French will be provided.


Please click here for the Agenda and REGISTER HERE.