Centring health, belonging, and social justice in community food programs

Themes:
EnglishFood security / sécurité alimentaire
What:
Panel discussion / panel de discussion
When:
Friday Nov 02   11:00 AM to 12:30 PM (1 hour 30 minutes)
Discussion:
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Food organizations working with low-income communities are well-positioned to catalyze personal and systemic change — be it by offering healthy food, creating leadership opportunities, supporting political activism, or developing programs that help people eat well within their means. Rooted in health, empowerment, and social justice, Community Food Centres Canada’s “Good Food Principles” articulate a philosophy and tangible actions that can support organizations striving toward such change. In this session two organizations will share how they’ve used the principles to adopt a new strategic direction and evolve their policies and practices accordingly.
Moderator
Community Food Centres Canada
Senior Manager, Knowledge Exchange
Participant
The Dépôt Community Food Center
Directrice de Programmation/Director of Programming
Participant
Nelson Food Cupboard Society

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