Women are, in more ways than most people have seriously considered, at the centre of the food system. Yet, for the most part, their roles in food are unrecognised at best and ignored at worst.
Giving women a fair shot, however, is a win for everyone. A feminist food system is a gateway for food and nutrition security and a path to improved public health. If women farmers had the same access to resources as male farmers do, up to 150 million people would be brought out of hunger.
How do we realise true representation and equality in the food system? This dialogue is a further step forwards in that conversation, starting with the women who farm, feed and otherwise care for communities and land.
Join us dinner, drinks, and a moderated discussion at Jamsheed Urban Winery, where we’re bringing together women who have asserted their food voices and have carved out successful spaces for themselves and others.