Jordan Treakle wrote a in-depth post that focuses on the outcomes of the International Seminar on Local Public Policies for Food Sovereignty that took place in mid-November in the Basque Country. The author identifies key themes to emerge out of the Seminar.
Here are the main topics for thought and debate he brings to light:
- The need for inclusive and participatory food governance mechanisms
- How to effectively link urban and rural institutions through territorial approaches
- Going beyond public food procurement policies
- Institutionalization of food sovereignty?
You can find his article on the Food Governance blog: enjoy the reading!