Food fights and food rights
The seventh event of our series is entitled “Food fights and food rights”. It takes place on 13th October 2016 (6.30-9pm) at the Impact Hub King’s Cross. Our speakers for this event are Niall Cooper, Director of Church Action on Poverty and Patta Scott-Villiers, Research Fellow at Institute of Development Studies, both leading experts on the right to food – in the UK and internationally respectively. The discussion will be chaired by Dan Crossley, Executive Director of the Food Ethics Council. Please note that the password is “foodtalks“.
We will look at a range of fundamental questions. Is the right to food a fundamental human right? How do we ensure Governments fulfil their obligations around the right to food? With rising population, pressure on natural resources and the impacts of climate change, are food fights in the future inevitable? Many hundreds of thousands of people in the UK, and many hundreds of millions in the rest of the world, struggle to be able to afford to eat. Shouldn’t we all be fighting – at least figuratively – for everyone to have access to good food?
Our two expert speakers will present, followed by a Q&A session, then a delicious and free buffet meal (kindly sponsored byThink.Eat.Drink and Organico). The idea of our Food Talks series is to stimulate debate and constructive thinking about the issues that surround the world of food.
Our Food Talks series is brought to you by Impact Hub King’s Cross in partnership with the Food Ethics Council, Organico and Think.Eat.Drink. The evenings run from 6.30-9.00pm at the Impact Hub King’s Cross. Please join us!
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