Addressing inequality for the improvement of global food security

This session will address the drivers of food poverty and insecurity. In groups, participants will discuss how to challenge the inequalities that  have led to a recent increase in global food insecurity and hunger. Participants will split into groups, assisted by facilitators, with each group focusing on one pillar of food security – availability (agriculture and food production), access (distribution), utilisation (nutrition), and the stability of all three. Participants will discuss and develop new ideas and strategies to address inequalities present within food systems – gender, education and health – for the improvement of global food security.  

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Speakers

Moderator
Roy Smith
Senior Lecturer
Nottingham Trent University
Pablo Garcia Campos
Nottingham Trent University
Xanthea Heynes
Nottingham Trent University
Clara Hagedorn
Student
Nottingham Trent University
Katherine Hardy
Nottingham Trent University
Tawanda Bake
Nottingham Trent University
Heather Watkins
Lecturer in Global Studies
Nottingham Trent University
Andrew Telford
Nottingham Trent University