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Continuing Education Course registration for the Winter 2024 term is available now on this website. > Part-time Programs & Professional Learning > Sciences > Environment & Sustainability

Food Security and Food Justice in Canada [CSSL28]   

Study the causes and consequences of urban and rural food insecurity across Canada.  Struggle with the tensions between short-term stop gaps (food banks, meal programs, charitable services) and long-term food justice solutions (education, equitable incomes, affordability and accessibility of healthy food). Bring these realities to life by doing research or field work for a food security organization in your region. You will have an opportunity to flesh out the concepts of food security and food justice and apply them to current, on-the-ground food initiatives in Canada. You will be introduced to cutting-edge research and the most current practices. Our aim is to encourage you to consider the concepts of food security and justice in economic, political, social and cultural contexts. You will study local and national food initiatives and will situate those initiatives within global food security debates, movements, and practices. NOTE: Speakers required. Textbook required.
 

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