Ecofeminism and Food Systems
— , 02:30 PM - 04:00 PM | Online (Port Elizabeth) | Afrique du Sud
Building food systems is becoming increasingly important and raises important questions about the role of adult educators. The Centre for Integrated Post-School Education and Training (CIPSET) at the Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth, South Africa is currently running a series of Community Food Systems.
Susan Nakacwa is the speaker at this upcoming event. Susan joined GRAIN, an international non-profit organisation. in 2017 after working with several regional civil society organisations on the African continent. A journalist by training, her passion lies in researching, documenting and making the case for smallholder farming in Africa. Based in Kampala, Uganda, Susan works with GRAIN partners across the continent, especially on issues related to seeds, land grabs and trade policy.
Date: 12 May 2021
Time: 16:30 (CAT)
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