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.
About the Event
In this webinar, 'Food Justice - a grassroots perspective from the West Midlands', we will bring together representatives of thee organisations in the West Midlands, to discuss how they are committed to ways of developing food security, and to view their activity within concerns about social and climate justice. Our panellists have the experience of developing alternative approaches to big food production that are sustainable, ethical, financially viable and enhance the communities they engage with.
Felipe Molina of Mother Gardens (part of Birmingham’s project Spring to Life)
Kate Smith of Slow Food Birmingham
Jen Coleman, CEO of Black Country Food Bank
In this webinar we will be looking at the topics of
establishing fairly-sourced supply chains
focusing on nutritious food
countering climate change through food
developing communities through food
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