The Agrifood Policy program seeks to explore pressing issues associated with the framing, formulation, implementation, and evaluation of policies in relation to food and agriculture across all sectors and parts of the value chain.
Particular foci include policies relating to trust in food, labeling, emerging technologies and novel products, food access and security, and health and nutrition both in Australia and other advanced economies, and also in the context of developing nations.
For more information, contact the Agrifood Policy research program director:
Featured Publications and Events
Stretton Institute Policy Brief | Professor Adam Graycar and Dr Jade Lindley
Healthy and abundantly stocked oceans suitable for fisheries and tourism are vital for our region. Fisheries will continue as the main source of protein in the future, and securing sustainability is fundamental for food security. This policy brief provides an overview of the issues around corruption in fisheries and the impacts on food security.
In these uncertain times, it is critical to reflect on the potential effects of COVID-19 on the global agrifood system. This Stretton Institute webinar explored the impacts of COVID-19, and more broadly food crisis', on Australia and globally, the disadvantaged communities, the global supply chain, and international trade.
In this Stretton Institute webinar, MIck Kelty AO., discussed the key findings and recommendations of his recently completed inquiry into the management of Murray–Darling Basin water resources.
Policy and regulation associated with genetic modification (GM) of food and crops is complex. This Stretton Institute webinar discussed a wide-range of topics associated to GM policy and regulation in Australia including its history, public views, the laws and regulation gene technology and GM foods.