Climate, agriculture and urban precariousness
This round table offers a look at food sovereignty as a tool to fight against global warming and the social precarity of peasants and marginalized urban households, especially single-parent families. What proposals already exist, what is required to progress towards real equality in terms of access to adequate and sustainable food? What is the impact on women who bear the brunt of providing food for the household?
Thursday 12 March
Uni Philosophes Auditoire 201
Co-presented with the Groupe de Travail Convergence des luttes climat and féministes du collectif de la grève féministe, Uniterre and FIAN Switzerland