The World Food Prize Foundation announced that its second Digital Dialogue, “Defining Medium to Long-term Improvements for Resilient Food Systems,” will be held May 14. Five global experts will examine the medium- to longer-term needs for reshaping the food system, especially as espoused in numerous global calls to action and open letters in circulation. “The COVID crisis has come as a reminder of some fundamental challenges the food and farming systems have been facing,” said Purvi Mehta, head of Agriculture Development for Asia at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and a member of the World Food Prize Council of Advisors. “This dialogue will help us deliberate upon, not just the short-term responses to the crisis, but also longer-term strategies to build resilience.” Mehta is among the five distinguished panelists for the dialogue, which will be moderated by Barbara Stinson, president of the World Food Prize Foundation in Des Moines. Click here to register for this free event. For updates on future Digital Dialogues, visit the World Food Prize Foundation website here.