Researchers, policymakers, and stakeholders interested in issues of food security from a global perspective should check out the resources available from the Center on Global Food and Agriculture. The center is part of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, a nonprofit, nonpartisan global affairs organization, which since 2009 has annually convened a task force that releases findings and recommendations for tackling challenges in global food security. In addition to these annual reports, the council publishes regionally and topically focused briefs. For instance, the center published a policy brief titled Considering a Soil Initiative for Africa on January 31, 2020. On the page linked above, visitors can take advantage of the center's offerings in three ways. First, readers can click "Research" for policy briefs and reports addressing global agricultural development, food security, and nutrition. These can be searched by keyword or filtered by issue, region, or publication date. Second, the "Commentary & Analysis" section links to a blog, Global Food for Thought, and readers can scroll the page to find a sign-up form to receive email notifications of upcoming events and recent publications (click "Explore All Newsletter Options"). Finally, the "Events" page lists upcoming opportunities for public engagement with experts and leaders in global food security. Readers can connect with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs on Twitter (@ChicagoCouncil) and Facebook and Instagram (@thechicagocouncil for both).