Former RSO student Jordan Treakle blogs about his experiences at the Public Policies for Food Sovereignty conference held last month.
By Jordan Treakle
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This week we take a diversion and focus on the outcomes of the International Seminar on Local Public Policies for Food Sovereignty that took place in mid-November in the Basque Country. In this post Jordan Treakle identifies key themes to emerge out of the Seminar. We note that these themes relate to discussions taking place at the CFS and are thus relevant for this special series. Further, while focussing on global policies, there is a need to also address local-level policies.
In mid-November over a hundred participants from across…
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