How can we better address diversity and inclusion, both organisationally and as a sector?
In this webinar we heard from a variety of organisations and people about responses to this summer's social uprisings against racism, and particularly what this means for the food and farming sector that we're a part of. Where are there seedlings of hope? Where have things been sitting fallow for too long and need a regenerative approach? We hoped this webinar could open up conversations on these issues and what we can do. Speakers included:
- Alisa Graham-Brown, Sustainable Food Places
- Andre Kpodonu, Head of Activism, Feedback
- Claire Ratinon, organic food grower and writer
- Dale Cranshaw, Head of Food for Life Get Togethers, Soil Association
- James Turner, Senior Project Manager - EcoTalent, Feedback
- Maddie Guerlain, Sustain (discussion chair)
This webinar was organised as part of the Food Learning Forum, a peer-learning network made up of programme managers of Lottery-funded projects related to food. Funded by the National Lottery, the Forum aims to draw together expertise from both within the organisations and from external facilitators as appropriate and share this with the wider network. It is coordinated by Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming and has been running since October 2019.
Published Wednesday 9 September 2020
Food Learning Forum: The Food Learning Forum is a peer-learning network of food focused organisations that connects and develops the food and farming sector through learning, development and peer discussion.
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