Transforming food systems through food sovereignty: an Australian urban context
This article draws on La Via Campesina's definition of food sovereignty and its potential for reconceptualising food as a basic human right within the dominant Australian food discourse. We argue that the educative value that emerges from urban food production in Australia stems from the action of growing food and its capacity to transform individuals’ social and environmental concerns over food systems. Community participation in urban food production can promote a learning process that...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian Journal of Environmental Education|
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|Davila, F. and Dyball R. Transforming Food Systems 2015.pdf||724.67 kB||Adobe PDF|
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