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The right to food is an inclusive right and should be
understood holistically to encompass other related
rights, including the rights to health, housing, social
security, water and sanitation, a healthy environment,
access to decent work and land, as well as freedom of
expression and peaceful assembly, all of which are
based on the principle of non-discrimination1.

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1
Report of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to food. The Special
Rapporteur conducted an official visit to Zimbabwe from 18 to 28 November 2019,
at the invitation of the government. The mission's objective was to assess all aspects
of the right to food in Zimbabwe.

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