A joint webinar with HEAR London and the Right to Food project at Sustain on how we ensure that all Londoners have their right to food respected.
On this webinar we will hear from a range of speakers from across London who will talk about the many barriers than Londoners face in achieving their right to food and also crucially what needs to happen in order for this right to be a reality.
Women Inspiring New Generations (WINGS). WINGS is a group of women who, with their young children, come together through Praxis to nurture their wellbeing, build new positive relationships and find respite from the demands of everyday life. WINGS mums also discuss issues that affect them, and share knowledge and experience in order to build solidarity and strength.
Deidre ‘Dee’ Woods is an award-winning cook, community food educator, urban agriculturalist, broadcaster, and researcher, with over 25 years’ experience of working in diverse communities. In 2016 she was awarded BBC Food and Farming Awards, Cook of the Year. Dee is a Visiting Research Associate at CAWR, Coventry University, a member of the GLA London Food Board, the Community Food Growers Network (CFGN) and is co-founder of Granville Community Kitchen. Dee is co-editor of A People’s Food Policy and a member of Community Food Growers Network (CFGN). Dee is also a trustee of Sustain, the alliance for better food and farming.
Imogen Richmond-Bishop, right to food project coordinator and Atlantic Fellow 2020-2021
London Challenge Poverty Week takes place from 12 to 18 October 2020 and is a chance for us to raise our voices against poverty in the capital and show what needs to be done to sort it out.
If you have any access or communication needs to support you to attend and take part in this Zoom event, for example BSL interpretation etc. please email: Christine@hearequality.org.uk as soon as possible after registration, telling us what you need.
This webinar was not recorded but a recap of the discussion will be available shortly.
Published Friday 16 October 2020
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