Food for Justice showcases progress at BMBF Status Meeting in Eberswalde

Renata Motta and Judith Müller took center stage as they presented the latest developments and achievements of Food for Justice during the status meeting of the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) in Eberswalde.

The event, held on November 10, brought together eight BMBF-funded research groups, including Food for Justice, each contributing unique perspectives to the overarching theme of “bioeconomy.” Despite the common theme, these groups approach it from diverse disciplinary angles and employ various social sciences methods.

The meeting, hosted by the “Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung (HNE)” in Eberswalde (Project TRANSECT) and financed by the BMBF and Projektträger Jülich, provided a platform for in-depth discussions and exchange among researchers from different universities across Germany. Beyond gaining insights into the work of fellow groups, participants had ample time to share updates and engage in meaningful conversations, fostering collaboration and enriching the collective understanding of bioeconomy research.

Participants of the BMBF status meeting.