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Community organising: sowing seeds for a strong, diverse food movement

8 Jul 2021 14:00 15:00

Join this webinar to explore what community organising looks like in the food sector and how it can be used to build a strong, diverse food movement.

Be it growing, eating, sharing or socialising, the food sector is a growing bed of organisers. Organisations and individuals are bringing people together to tackle household food insecurity, build more sustainable food systems and grow and cook good food to connect communities. People, projects and organisations are delivering this work through community organising methods, but what is community organising, what are the tools and tactics being tried and tested in the food sector already and how we can use these to build strong, diverse food movements? Find out in this webinar where speakers included:

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. 

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Published 8 Jul 2021

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