Building Food Utopias: Voice, Power and Agency

Venue: Law School Foyer, Level 2, Sydney Law School, Eastern Avenue Darlington, NSW, Australia

Start Date: Wed 17 Oct 2018 Start Time: 1800

End Date: Wed 17 Oct 2018 End Time: 1930

In response to the social inequities and ecological damage wrought by an industrial and globalised food system, a growing food movement that champions food and farm justice, sovereignty and democracy is driving social, economic and political change across the globe. What structures and mechanisms are needed to ensure that those most affected by food and farm insecurity in Australia are heard? How do we strengthen social and political networks to sustain transformative public policy making in food and agriculture?

Join international expert Eric Holt-Giménez as he explains how social movements are addressing the economic and political structures that currently work against sustainability.

Organisation: The University of Sydney


Topic: Environment / Climate / Energy; Rural / Agricultural

Public ContactName Eloise Fetterplace
Phone +61 8627 5930