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The Food Dialogue Project: Findings from conversations with Canadians about food and women’s rights

by Luna Allison | May 9, 2012

The Food Dialogue Project brought Canadians together to share ideas, beliefs and opinions on ways to create a sustainable food system that respects women’s rights and enables everyone to have enough to eat always. The three-page Summary of Findings offers a quick overview of the conclusions generated through two discussion groups in Toronto and Ottawa. The Full Report alternatively offers an in-depth analysis of the themes brought up through group dialogue, and the actions suggested by participants in the after math of their conclusions.

Oxfam Canada supports the Canadian public to increase conversation about the gendered dimensions of our food system and the differential experience that women have both in the production of, and access to, food.
See the workbook used to facilitate the Food Dialogue Project.

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