Scotland’s journey to Food Sovereignty: the next steps

November 10, 2016 @ 6:45 pm – 9:00 pm
Serenity Cafe
8 Jackson's Entry
suggested donation: £5
Celia Nyssens

10 days after a momentous European Food Sovereignty Forum, what are the next steps to improve our food system in Scotland?

On 26-30 October Romania hosted the second-ever European Forum for Food Sovereignty, aka Nyéléni Europe. Over 500 people from 30+ countries attended, representing all parts of the food system. Nourish coordinated a delegation of seven passionate food activists, researchers, and growers who represented the Scottish food movement at the Forum. As you can imagine, it was an incredible opportunity for us to learn from people from all across Europe who also work to reform our food system.

Join us, shortly upon their return, to hear about their experiences at the Forum and use that momentum to discuss the next steps we must take to make the case for Food Sovereignty in Scotland.