Food For Justice at the XX ISA World Congress of Sociology in Melbourne
Food For Justice participated in the XX ISA World Congress of Sociology in Melbourne (Australia) from June 25th to July 1st.
Food for Justice activities at the ISA
Mariana Calcagni and Lea Zentgraf presented their PhD-projects in an pre-Congress PhD-Workshop organized by RC48 on Saturday, 24.
On Monday, 26, Marco Antonio Teixeira was the chair of the RC40 Panel Food and Social Change I. In the afternoon Mariana Calcagni moderated the RC47 Panel Food for Justice.
Firstly, Renata Motta, presented the project FFJ and her work “Social Movements As Agents of Change: Fighting Intersectional Food Inequalities, Building Food As Webs of Life”.
Secondly, Lea Zentgraf spoke about “Food Movements in Germany: A Mapping”.
The third contribution about “Food Movements in the Brazilian Amazon: Struggles for Socio-Ecological Transformation”, came from Marco Antonio Teixeira.
In the end, Eryka Galindo talked about “Human Coexistence with the Semiarid Region and Fights for Transformations in Food Systems: The Case of the Brazilian Semiarid Articulation (ASA)”.
On Wednesday, 28, Lea Zentgraf was the chair of the RC40 Panel Food and Social Change II.
On Thursday, 29, Marco Antonio Teixeira was the chair of the RC47 Panel The Potential of Food Movements and Intersectional Food Inequalities. In the evening, he was elected Secretary of the new RC47 Board.
On Friday, 30, Mariana Calcagni was the chair of the RC40 Panel Food and Social Change III.
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