Become a Trained Peer Educator on Food Security: Toronto: March 21, 2009

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Become a Trained Peer Educator on Food Security: Toronto: March 21, 2009


Stomach This!
2.7 million Canadians are food insecure.

Food security: exists when everyone has access to sufficient and nutritious food to meet their needs for a healthy life.

Do you think everyone in your community has access to healthy food?
Is food a right or a privilege?
Do you think about where your food comes from?
Want to work with other students and the community?

APPLY NOW to become a trained peer educator on food security in your community.

When: Saturday, March 21st 9:30-5
Where: Downtown Toronto
Who: 20 selected youth (aged 15-24) from in and around the GTA

This event is FREE and includes a lunch (a limited number of travel bursaries are available).

You will learn:
-the difference between hunger & food security
-the impacts and barriers of food security
-how to map where the food in your community comes from
-to understand policy and how different levels of government are organized
-how to TAKE ACTION by changing your own food choices and mobilizing your community to make change
-how to deliver your OWN workshop

Apply by sending an e-mail to [email protected]. In 250 words or less tell us:
-why access to nutritious food for everyone is important to you
-what is the one thing you would change in your community to increase access to food
-how you will use this workshop to educate others (are there any groups you are already connected to?)

Lucy Sharratt, Coordinator
Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN)
Collaborative Campaigning for Food Sovereignty and Environmental Justice
431 Gilmour Street, Second Floor
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2P 0R5
Phone: 613 241 2267 ext.5
Fax: 613 241 2506
[email protected]
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