Publication of Working Paper 1: Preliminary Research Program
We are pleased to announce that Working Paper 1 is now published. Renata Motta presents the preliminary research program of Food for Justice: Power, Politics and Food Inequalities in a Bioeconomy.
Combining theoretical perspectives on global entangled inequalities with social movement research, Food for Justice will look at challenges and solutions both in Europe (with a focus on Germany) and in Latin America (focusing on Brazil).
The research consists of case studies of social mobilization targeting injustices in the food system and case studies of social technologies and political innovations, such as agroecology and alternative food networks.
Food for Justice aims at providing a theoretical and conceptual framework, grounded on empirical research, to analyse social and political experimentations that address inequalities based on class, gender, race, ethnicity, rurality, citizenship, thus building fair, democratic and ecological food relations.
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