This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 16th Apr 2018
If Brexit represents an opportunity to revitalise and redefine our ways of working, then how would we like our food system to be?
Kath Dalmeny, Chief Executive of Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming, chairs this discussion about food, health and sustainability for a post-Brexit Britain with the RSPB’s Lucy Bjorck, supply chain expert Felicity Lawrence and architect Carolyn Steel, author of Hungry City.
Kath Dalmeny is Chief Executive of Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming, since 2016 leading the alliance's response to Brexit and its profound implications for healthy and sustainable food, farming and fishing. Among many initiatives, Kath has helped to design and instigate: the Sustainable Fish Cities alliance campaign, the Good Food for Our Money campaign and the Campaign for Better Hospital Food, which have won healthy and sustainable food standards for Whitehall, prisons and parts of the armed forces, and in NHS Standard Contracts for hospitals. Her latest project in 2017 is launching the Right to Food initiative, aiming to provide the legal foundations that would ensure that everyone, no matter what their circumstances, is able to eat well and not experience hunger.
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Reserve tickets at this website2018-04-16 2018-04-16 Europe/London Cooking Up Food Policy From Scratch If Brexit represents an opportunity to revitalise and redefine our ways of working, then how would we like our food system to be? https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/04/16/cooking-up-food-policy-from-scratch-167880 The British Library,96 Euston Road, London,London,London