YouTube Video: Food for Justice: Power, Politics and Food Inequalities in the Bioeconomy (Part 2)

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Marco Antonio dos Santos Teixeira

This debate seeks to contribute to the reflection on the meaning of the socio-environmental transformations necessary for the construction of fair, ecological and democratic food policies and the role of social movements in this process. I hope that the presentation will serve as a tool for reflection on social mobilizations that oppose injustices in the food system and social and political innovations that confront the inequalities that compromise food and nutritional sovereignty and security, such as class, gender, race, ethnicity, nationality.