Online panel: How to foster food security in uncertain times
Jul 2, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$10
A Thinkers in Residence Online Panel
Is there enough food in SA for everyone?
Since COVID-19 struck, food relief organisations in SA have seen a 250% increase in enquiries highlighting the critical question; Why is food insecurity such an issue in South Australia?
Our next Thinker in Residence will focus on food security and in preparation for this, we are holding our digital event to discuss the effects of COVID-19.
If you only attend one webinar, this is it! Join facilitator Professor Rachel Ankeny and leaders from South Australia’s food relief and industry organisations to talk about improving systems and procedures to ensure our shelves aren’t empty again. This is a platform to find out what we need to do in our state to make sure no one goes hungry. Book your tickets to find out!
Facilitator: Professor Rachel Ankeny, School of Humanities, University of Adelaide
Tickets: $10. Cost supports the Foundation’s work in social justice. UoA students can attend at no cost with discount code ADL.
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Presented by the Don Dunstan Foundation and Stretton Institute. Thank you to our event Sponsor Meals on Wheels SA , Department of Human Services and to Foundation major partners University of Adelaide and Flinders University.