Food Policy 101

Themes:
Bilingual / bilinguePolicy / politique
What:
Skills-building workshop / atelier
When:
Friday Nov 02   11:00 AM to 12:30 PM (1 hour 30 minutes)
Discussion:
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In this session community leaders, and researchers will share their experiences and insights about what drives food policy change, and why policy matters. The discussion will focus on efforts to move from place-based actions and initiatives to changing food systems structures at various levels of governance, with an emphasis on the importance of a truly ‘joined-up’ national food policy framework. This session will serve as an introduction to the basics on food policy from a variety of practitioners’ perspectives: What are the basics of food policy and why do we need one? What are silos, and why do we need to work across them? Contradictions? How do we influence and develop food policy?
Moderator
Saint Paul University
Assistant Professor, School of Social Innovation
Moderator
Lakehead University
Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Food Systems
Participant
Toronto Food Strategy, Toronto Public Health
TFPC Coordinator
Participant
Chantier de l'économie sociale and TIESS (Centre for liaison and knowledge transfer in the social and solidarity economy)
Strategic Advisor
Participant
Arctic Institute for Community Based Research (AICBR)
Associate Director

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