The release of Making Food Matter: Strategies for Activating Change Together report

november, 2014

thu06nov10:30 amthu11:00 amThe release of Making Food Matter: Strategies for Activating Change Together report10:30 am - 11:00 am AST

Time

(Thursday) 10:30 am - 11:00 am AST

Location

St. Paul’s Family Resources Institute

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Event Details

Invitation ACT for CFS releaseFoodARC is pleased to invite you to the celebration and release of Making Food Matter: Strategies for Activating Change Together (A participatory research report on community food security in Nova Scotia).

This report is the result of the dedication and passion of hundreds of individuals over the past five years in communities, universities, and organizations across Nova Scotia and Canada to amplifying and broadening conversation, research, and action to strengthen community food security in Nova Scotia and beyond.

Presenters

  • Marjorie Willison, Chebucto Connections Development Association
  • Dr. Patty Williams, Director, FoodARC, Mount Saint Vincent University
  • Dr. Rob Strang, Chief Public Health Officer for Nova Scotia

Welcoming remarks: Dr. Ramona Lumpkin, CM, President and Vice-Chancellor, MSVU
Moderated by: Dr. Ardra Cole, Associate Vice-President, Academic and Research, MSVU

Close to 100 project partners & community members joined us November 6th for the release of the most comprehensive report on community food security in Nova Scotia ever produced.  The participatory research report emphasizes the complexity of community food security in Nova Scotia, notes its many Graphic - Report coverinfluences, and provides a platform for action. And while the challenges are complex, the strategies to address problems of food security at the community-level are emerging.

Making Food Matter:
Strategies for activating change together
A participatory research report on community food security in Nova Scotia. November 2014
View the 2014 Report »
(PDF, 9 MB | 106 pages)

Nova Scotia is poised to be a leader in creating healthy, just and sustainable food systems.

Organizer

FoodARC

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