This is part of the Democracy Futures Seminar Series, on Monday 7 September 2015 at the University of Sydney
In this Seminar Dr Alana Mann draws on John Dewey’s vision of radical democracy to argue that the intervention of politicised ‘food publics’ is essential to the transformation of a broken system. This requires citizens to organise in diverse association and broader transnational coalitions based on shared experiences of the adverse effects of global foodways, and to demand political and economic institutions that address these effects.
Listen to the recording
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Q & A
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