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Food, Values, Fairness: final conference 3 June
What does food mean to us? The stories we tell about food have consequences for what we choose to eat, and ultimately the food systems that we end up with.
Sharing findings from our action research, we'll reveal the values people express when they talk about food, and explore what the implications are for policy, education and community development.
We will explore how a shift in values could improve food security and sustainability in Wales, and how food might be the means of building a more humane and just society, in balance with the natural world.
This is the final event of the Food Values project, a collaboration between Organic Centre Wales, Aberystwyth University and the Public Interest Research Centre.
Our event brings together educators, food growers, health professionals, policy makers, campaigners, designers, communicators, linguists, caterers and more - anyone with an interest in food and the values that shape our world.
Hear from academics, researchers, practitioners and our conference community. Explore what a better food system could look like. Challenge the status quo. Identify practical actions to create change.
With talks from Peter Davies, Commissioner for Sustainable Futures; Jane Davidson, INSPIRE; insights from grassroots projects; and workshops.
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