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UK Food Sovereignty Movement Gathering: Programme Highlights + Info


Highlights of the gathering 23rd – 26th October 2015

  • There will be international speakers from Mozambique, Uganda and Spain.
  • Local hosts Incredible Edible Todmorden will be introducing us to their project and offering workshops, workaways and tours.
  • Joined by speakers from the Bakers Union (the union at the heart of the fast food rights movement in the UK), the Land Workers Alliance, Community Supported Agriculture UK and a range of other organisations fighting for a better food system.
  • The Real Junk Food Project will be running a communal cooking session (using waste and surplus food from the local area)
  • Entertainment, bar and dancing

Time for food sovereignty (priority)

Register + Propose Workshops for UK Food Sovereignty Gathering

Another food system is possible!

National gathering to build a stronger movement for food sovereignty in the UK, 23-26 October 2015

Eventbrite - UK food sovereignty gathering 2015 - registration

The food sovereignty movement in the UK has grown with hundreds of projects thriving across the UK. It is time to gather again, share the progress we have made over the past few years and plan for the future.

Join us for all, or part of, the four days of discussions, organising, skill sharing and action planning. There will be amazing food, visits to local projects and a chance to connect with people from all of the UK that share a passion for transforming our food systems.
When: 23-26 October 2015
Where: Hebden Bridge – Birchcliffe Centre, HX7 8DG (see accommodation and travel below)

Feed into the UK Food Sovereignty gathering / Oct 2015

The UK Food Sovereignty Movement gathering is in Hebdon Bridge on 23 – 26 October 2015.

The group organising the event has been working on a survey to find out what people want from the gathering in an effort to make the process as participatory as possible- reflecting the needs, desires and ideas of a diverse group of people.

Filling in the survey linked here is one way you can do this!