Food Movement Stories: Learning from the Past and Looking to Our Future

Themes:
Social movement / mouvement social, Simultaneous translation / traduction en simultané, Bilingual / bilingue
What:
Collaborative session / séance collaborative
When:
Saturday Nov 03   09:00 AM to 10:30 AM (1 hour 30 minutes)
Where:
Concordia University - MB Building - MB AB (Conference Centre, 9th Floor)
Discussion:
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The food movement in the place we now call Canada spans over 40 years. With each wave of action and engagement, the food movement and the issues we touch on become more complex and more diverse. An interactive "fishbowl" style-discussion will bring us to different moments in our food movement, as we reflect on our past as we look to our future. Initial conversation participants will paint the picture of our past, including successes, failures, and moments of change. Participants from the audience will then be invited to share their perspectives on the movement and what we need to consider as we move forward.


Moderator
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Senior Policy Analyst
Moderator
Ecology Action Centre
Policy & Civic Engagement, Senior Coordinator
Participant
Sustainable Food, Attainable Health
Participant
AfriCan FoodBasket
Founder
Participant
Indigenous Food Circle -Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy

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