Marginalised issues in food security: Oxford Food Security Forum 2014

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Women making tortillas in Guatemala  ©  David Amsler Women making tortillas in Guatemala © David Amsler

A blog by Léna Durocher-Granger and Rachel Hill

On 4th May we attended the Oxford Food Security Forum’s Annual Conference. The conference aimed to address some of the topics in food security research that have become excluded or marginalised.

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3 responses to “Marginalised issues in food security: Oxford Food Security Forum 2014

  1. Thanks for reblogging this 🙂 Am really interested to understand the difference between “food security” and “food sovereignty” paradigms. Also, reading this, intrigued to learn about wasp-eating in Japan! 🙂

  2. And appreciating your blog in general– I think we may have differnent opinions sometimes but I really like the subjects you choose and you get me to think in new ways. So thanks!

    • I really appreciate that!! My goal is to try and learn about the food system (including from great blogs like yours) so I can have an informed opinion hence the sort of buffet-style choice of subjects 🙂 and I am happy you enjoy that. Different opinions are welcome. Sometimes that’s exactly what we need to see the whole picture.

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