Food & Farming, With Vandana Shiva, Ian Solomon-Kawall, Josina Calliste & More
An evening evening discussion exploring food, land and seed sovereignty, social justice and the future of farming.
Transforming our approahces to food and farming.
Joining us to explore the future of farming, land justice, food and seed sovereignty are:
- Dr Vandana Shiva (physicist, anti-globalisation and seed sovereignty activist & author),
- Brooke Bridges (mental health advocate and founder of Storytelling for Social Emotional Learning),
- Jyoti Fernandes ( Via Campesina and Land Workers Alliance),
- Ian Solomon-Kawall (Freedom Teacher Guide & May Project Gardens),
- Amber Tamm (Farmer and Healer),
- Josina Calliste (Land In Our Names, LION)
This event is part of our online course, ‘A Journey Home,’ a 9 month course in personal and collective transformation exploring 9 themes with 52 leaders of systemic change.
Vandana Shiva #
Globally well-known intellectual and activist, Vandana Shiva has shown ongoing commitment in different fields, making it difficult to label her name under a precise and unique category. At the core of her activism there are: counter-development in favour of people-centered, participatory processes; support to grassroots networks; women rights and ecology. Author of numerous important books and articles, Vandana Shiva has shown a lifetime interest in campaigning against genetic engineering and the negative impact of globalisation, advocating for the crucial importance of preserving and celebrating biodiversity.
Ian Solomon-Kawall #
Ian Soloman-Kawall aka KMT is a Freedom Teacher Guide who uses art [hip-hop] for social awareness and social cohesion. He is Co-Founder of the May Project Gardens which brings communities together to act collectively. Previously he was Project Manager for Pan Intercultural Arts a company using intercultural performance work to help facilitate self-expression and promote a deeper understanding of our changing cultural identities. They work with a diverse range of communities across London and internationally, empowering people to use the arts as a tool for change in their lives.