Talk – Understand – Resolve – Move: The Role of the Charitable Food Sector in Community Food Security

march, 2013

wed20mar10:00 pmwed4:00 pmTalk – Understand – Resolve – Move: The Role of the Charitable Food Sector in Community Food Security10:00 pm - 4:00 pm AST

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(Wednesday) 10:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Event Details

On March 20th, 2013, FoodARC held an event in which we shared and held discussions regarding local findings relating to the national research study, “The Provision of Charitable Food Assistance in Canada.”

The local results from this research both sparked and continued meaningful conversations around the issues and responses to food insecurity in Nova Scotia.

Talk – Understand – Resolve – Move:
The Role of the Charitable Food Sector in Community Food Security

Panelist Presentations:

Sarah Lake and Patty Williams
Charitable Food Systems in Canada: Key Findings from the Halifax Regional Municipality

Christine Saulnier
The Economic Costs of Poverty and the Benefits of Poverty Elimination
(PDF, 160 KB)

Peter Andree
The role of the Charitable Food Sector in Community Food Security
(PDF, 1.4 MB)

Marjorie Willison and Kristen Hollery
Food Actions in Spryfield for the ACT for CFS Research Project
(PDF, 42 kB)

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