Local Plan for Hunger, Justice and Food Policy
Every person in Queensland should be able to put food on the table. Yet the number of people seeking food relief in Queensland is increasing.
Strengthening local food systems to overcome hunger and promote food justice – where food is produced and consumed in ways that are sustainable and fair for both people and the environment – is complex and requires an integrated approach.
Join key stakeholders who work in areas relating to food relief, health, housing, hunger, poverty and equality in South East Queensland at the Hunger, Justice and Food Policy: Towards A Local Action Plan forum from 9:30am to 3:00pm on Thursday 18 July 2019.
This free event will be held at Trinity Commons, 141 Brookes Street, Fortitude Valley in Brisbane. It will have panel sessions followed by interactive sessions to identify opportunities for collaborative action towards a more sustainable and just food system in South East Queensland. Visit the event page for more information.
Thanks to QCOSS for this article, which appear in their Conduit newsletter.