Scotland’s journey to Food Sovereignty: the next steps
November 10, 2016 @ 6:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Building on the learning from the European Food Sovereignty Forum, what are the next steps to improve our food system in Scotland?
The second Nyéléni Europe Forum for Food Sovereignty took place from 26-30 October in Cluj, Romania. More than 500 delegates from 42 countries participated in the Forum, representing a wide range of experiences and perspectives from people working towards a better food system throughout Europe.
Scotland The Bread’s Chelsea Marshall joined the Scottish delegation, along with Mags Hall and Fergus Walker from Common Good Food, Elly Kinross from the Jack Kane Centre, Evie Murray from Leith Community Crops in Pots, Reuben Chesters from Locavore and Frances Ryan, a researcher at the University of Edinburgh.
Nourish Scotland coordinated the Scottish delegation, and is now hosting a follow-up meeting for anyone interested in hearing from the delegates about the Forum and discussing our next steps for Scotland.