The launch of the 2015 Participatory Food Costing report

Report Launch: Sharing back what we heard

Photo - Life-size family models

Corrie Melanson created life-size family models for the event. The models communicate stories of families’ ability to eat healthy – what we call “affordability scenarios.”

A collaborative dialogue about possibilities for shifts in policy to support healthy, just, and sustainable food systems for all

The launch of our 2015 Participatory Food Costing report was an engaging and interactive event where we shared our key research findings, and the impacts of two policy levers in addition to a set of recommendations that build upon our previous work.

At the heart of it, the release of the 2015 Report on Participatory Food Costing in Nova Scotia was for those who want to create a sense of possibility for shifts in policy to support healthy, just, and sustainable food systems for all.

We wanted to share what we heard back with you, those who attended and anyone else interested. Social media also played a role in the event, so we ‘storified’ the event, which we would love for you to check out and share:

Find out more about the research project: Looking Back to Move Ahead

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