On 30th June 2017, twenty-seven people from different walks of life came together for a workshop exploring “Food, Justice and Food Justice for All“.
This page shares the outputs of this workshop, along with other resources relevant to food justice. The workshop report is available below and the E-zine will be shared here soon. You can find a range of resources on topics connected to food justice by clicking here. This includes online resources, books, and academic articles.
A short video of some of the discussions during the Food, Justice and Food Justice for All workshop has been produced. You can watch this below or here.
A report has been collaboratively prepared to provide an account of the Food, Justice and Food Justice for All workshop. This report shares the discussions and presentations held between all the participants. We have included images, video links, photos and quotes from the event for you to enjoy. You can download the workshop report by clicking here: Food, Justice and Food Justice for All Workshop Report (opens pdf).
We hope you will find the content of the workshop report interesting and engaging. This is just the start of an evolving and growing discussion and debate about food justice in the UK. Please join this discussion by getting in touch using the contact form below. We look forward to your contribution to these necessary conversations and to taking actions towards progress with you.
The Food, Justice and Food Justice for All workshop was organised by Community Centred Knowledge and the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience, Coventry University.
The organisers of the workshop are grateful for the support of Dr Pat Noxolo at the University of Birmingham, all those involved in providing catering for the workshop and to the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience at Coventry University and the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant program for supporting travel, refreshments and coordination costs. We are particularly grateful for the contributions and engagement of all participants who participated in the workshop and their ongoing food and social justice activism. Thank you also to those who have contributed to the preparation of this report. The work continues…