Join Food Secure Canada for a conversation with the Special Rapporteur on the right to food!
On March 4th by webinar from Geneva, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food, will present the report of his mission to Canada and have a conversation with people across Canada.
- Tell your MP that Canada needs a National Food Policy
- Find a conversation in your community.
- Find out more about the Right to Food and the 2012 mission to Canada.
- Read our press releases and media coverage.
- Food in the House of Commons - find out what your MP is and isn't saying about food.
A recording of the event will be available soon after the event.
What Canadians are saying about this event
“What Olivier de Schutter’s report has made clear ahead of 2015, and the expiry of the Millennium Development Goals, is that we can no longer look at issues like the right to food, or poverty and inequality, as something that we just need to tackle in Niger or Pakistan or Haiti. We need to address it here in Canada too. The North-South dichotomy has collapsed. Food insecurity is a global phenomenon that requires a national and global response.” Julia Sanchez, President and CEO, Canadian Council for International Cooperation, Ottawa.
When: on March 4th, 2013 from 12pm to 1h30pm EST.
Where: in your community (see map)
Get a chance to hear more and ask questions on topics such as poverty, growing inequity, health, obesity, sustainable agriculture and food systems, and the rights of First Nations, Northern and remote communities to healthy and affordable food. Talk with others in your community about how we can work together to ensure the right to food in Canada.
Events Open to the Public
See below for events open to the public and/or the media or download the list of events!
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