World Food Prize Announces Opening of the Annual Exhibit Space Application Process

The World Food Prize Foundation has announced the opening of the annual exhibit space application process for the 2019 Iowa Hunger Summit and Borlaug Dialogue International Symposium.

The Foundation invites organizations and initiatives to apply for an exhibit space for the opportunity to present to over 2,000 attendees at these two prestigious events.

The annual Iowa Hunger Summit strives to provide an opportunity for over 500 attendees to engage with organizations working and serving communities across the state of Iowa and offers participants tangible tools for further engagement locally and around the world.

Spanning over a three-day period, the Borlaug Dialogue International Symposium welcomes over 1,200 people from 60 to 65 countries each year. This conference fosters conversation on the current state of food security and agriculture. The theme for the 2019 Borlaug Dialogue is, “Pax Agricultura: Peace Through Agriculture,” will address the intersectional issues of food security, conflict and development.


  • Application Closes  | August 1

  • Applicants Notified  | August 15

  • Iowa Hunger Summit | October 14

  • Borlaug Dialogue | October 16-18




ABOUT THE WORLD FOOD PRIZE: The World Food Prize is the foremost international award recognizing the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity or availability of food in the world. The Prize was founded in 1986 by Dr. Norman E. Borlaug, recipient of the 1970 Nobel Peace Prize. Since then, the World Food Prize has honored 49 outstanding individuals who have made vital contributions throughout the world. The World Food Prize annually hosts the Borlaug Dialogue international symposium and a variety of youth education programs to help further the discussion on cutting-edge global food security issues and inspire the next generation to end hunger.

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