Exhibition

Food for Peace and Justice

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Through a curated collection of content, the exhibition showcasesinspiring stories, information and events that illustrate the role and relevance of food in creating and supporting social justice and peace.  The exhibition content presents the work of Ekta Parishad and their global campaign Jai Jagat 2020, Madras Café, AVI and other local and global friends and initiatives. 

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The Meal

In support of JaiJagat 2020

Join us to discuss Gaile Parkin's first novel, Baking Cakes in Kigali.

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Food Justice - a grass roots perspective from the West Midlands

Three West Midlands organisation will share how they commit to ways of developing food security, social and climate justice.

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Book Club Live: Baking Cakes in Kigali with author Gaile Parkin

Join us for a virtual, international meal to support Jai Jagat’s vision of global and local Justice and Peace.

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Launch of the Exhibition: Food for

Peace and Justice

Join Rajagopal and Jill from Ekta Parishad in the launch of this year's exhibition on Food for Justice and Peace and explore all the stories behind this topic. 

Funny, or what?

Cartooning with Vikram Nayak

Cartooning with Vikram Nayak, an interview and live workshop.

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Discussion on climate change, agroecology and social justice.

Join Guy Singh-Watson of Riverford Farms, Anya Nanning Ramamurthy, a young Climate Activist together with Andy Rutherford, Chair of AVI.

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ChangeKitchen: Cooking and Campaigning for Food Justice

Birgit Kehrer talks about the philosophy and practices of ChangeKitchen, her social enterprise company in Birmingham, UK.

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Tales of the Tribes

Storytelling from tribal India

Storytelling from tribal India, introduced by Tara Douglas.

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A World Peace and Friendship Walk with Nitin Sonawane

Nitin Sonawane left his home in Pune, South India, in 2016, to embark on a walk across the globe inspired, by Mahatma Gandhi to discover peace wherever he went.

Book Club Live: The Book of Salt by Monique Truong

Join Monique Truong in this live bookclub to discuss her bestselling book: The Book of Salt. 

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