Governments Push Infant Formula

George Kent’s book is an articulate and incisive analysis of the ways in which some governments actively promote the use of infant formula. They do this despite the predictable harm it does to children’s health. The book is a timely and powerful reminder to governments in the rich and poor world of their obligations under international law to protect children’s health and the right to food through framework legislation and the regulation of non-State actors including corporations. Effective remedies are urgently required.

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George Kent’s book is an articulate and incisive analysis of the ways in which some governments actively promote the use of infant formula. They do this despite the predictable harm it does to children’s health. The book is a timely and powerful reminder to governments in the rich and poor world of their obligations under international law to protect children’s health and the right to food through framework legislation and the regulation of non-State actors including corporations. Effective remedies are urgently required.

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