Die Deklaration von Alma Ata
"Gesundheit, ein Zustand vollständigen körperlichen, seelischen und sozialen Wohlbefindens und nicht nur die Abwesenheit von Krankheit, ist ein fundamentales Menschenrecht. Das Erreichen des höchstmöglichen Niveaus von Gesundheit ist eines der wichtigsten sozialen Ziele weltweit, dessen Realisierung den Einsatz von vielen anderen sozialen und wirtschaftlichen Sektoren und nicht allein des Gesundheitswesens erfordert."  (§1) International Conference on Primary Health Care, Alma-Ata, USSR, 6-12 September 1978 - http://www.who.int/hpr/NPH/docs/declaration_almaata.pdf

Die Ottawa Charta for Health Promotion. First International Conference on Health Promotion, Ottawa, 21 November 1986  (deutsch) - http://www.who.int/hpr/NPH/docs/ottawa_charter_hp.pdf

World Declaration on Nutrition (ICN, Rom 1992)

"Hunger and malnutrition are unacceptable in a world that has both the knowledge and the resources to end this human catastrophe.... We recognize that globally there is enough food for all and... pledge to act in solidarity to ensure that freedom from hunger becomes a reality." 
ICN - - Rom, 1992
Final Report of the Conference - FAO and WHO - Rome, Italy - 1992, 60 p. Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish, Russian ; U9265 (Out of print in all languages)
Nutrition and Development - a Global Assessment - FAO and WHO - Rome, Italy - 1992, 119 p. (Out of print in all languages)
Major Issues for Nutrition Strategies - FAO and WHO - Rome, Italy - 1992, 369 p. (Out of print)
Guidelines for Developing National Plan of Action for Nutrition FAO, Rome, Italy - 1993, 31 p. (Out of print)
Joint FAO/WHO progress report on the implementation of the ICN world declaration and plan of action for nutrition 1996, FAO/WHO, 24 pp.
(elektronischer Zugang zu ICN Dokument: http://www.fao.org/docrep/v7700t/v7700t02.htm)  (Download)

ICN 2 - 19.-21.11.2014, im Rom (link) Framework of Action (link) - Rome Declaration -

Wien Deklaration (link bei www.eupha.org )
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WHO-FAO-Report No 216 (2003) - Diet, Nutrition and Prevention of Chronic Diseases.

(Food Balance - Trends; Development of chronic disease; pregnancy to elderly; dietary goals + prevention actions; obesity, diabetes, CHD, Cancer; dental diseases, osteoporosis; Food Policy Strategies)