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welcome & introductions
3 months — 3 hours — 3 weeks — 3 months
we aim
for all our children
to enjoy tasty, healthy
meals. . .
and eat them in goo...
built infrastructures
social customs over time & locality
city scale:current spend £3bn/year
& (min) 2bn kcal per day
eat ...
food insecurity — acity-level response?
we aim for all our chil d ren to enj oy tasty, healthy meal s
. . . and eat them i...
image of baby Ewan by :Salihan
and used with kind permission under acreative commonslicence
food insecurity — acity-level ...
food insecurity — acity-level response?
AGENDA
Kate’s intro
drivers of food poverty now & in the future
what might the fut...
food insecurity — acity-level response?
TASK ONE
List as many of the current drivers of emergency
food aid that you can .....
And what might be the future drivers?
TASK ONE/cont
List possible future drivers ...
Then group them in terms of where dec...
What can we learn from other times &
other places about communities & food?
TASKTWO
Combine your collective experiences to...
What could it be like ten years out ...
TASKTHREE
Imagine it’sMay 2025. All our citizensare well fed ...
What could be hap...
What’s important?
TASK FOUR
If some of these possibilitieshappen,what city-level social and
connector infrastructuresare n...
food insecurity — acity-level response?
we aim for all our chil d ren to enj oy tasty, healthy meal s
. . . and eat them i...
Birmingham Food Council: Food insecurity — a city-level response?
Birmingham Food Council: Food insecurity — a city-level response?
Birmingham Food Council: Food insecurity — a city-level response?
Birmingham Food Council: Food insecurity — a city-level response?
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Birmingham Food Council: Food insecurity — a city-level response?

Food insecurity — a city-level response?
Slides for the workshop on emergency food aid that we're running on 11th May 2015.

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Birmingham Food Council: Food insecurity — a city-level response?

  1. 1. welcome & introductions
  2. 2. 3 months — 3 hours — 3 weeks — 3 months we aim for all our children to enjoy tasty, healthy meals. . . and eat them in good company ⇢ ⇢⇢ Where this workshop fits in the project
  3. 3. built infrastructures social customs over time & locality city scale:current spend £3bn/year & (min) 2bn kcal per day eat in g is socia l gl ue
  4. 4. food insecurity — acity-level response? we aim for all our chil d ren to enj oy tasty, healthy meal s . . . and eat them in good company In emergency food systems individuals become receivers of food — stripped of their agency and choice,akey value in the contemporary food system in the UK. Hannah Lambie-Mumford,SPERI Paper No 18,2015 TEXAS? USSupplemental NutritionAssistance Program (SNAP) cost $74.1bn in 2014. 46.5MAmericans received on average $125.35 pcm
  5. 5. image of baby Ewan by :Salihan and used with kind permission under acreative commonslicence food insecurity — acity-level response? we aim for all our chil d ren to enj oy tasty, healthy meal s . . . and eat them in good company food insecurity — acity-level response?
  6. 6. food insecurity — acity-level response? AGENDA Kate’s intro drivers of food poverty now & in the future what might the future look like? what options do we have/will we have? review close food insecurity — acity-level response?
  7. 7. food insecurity — acity-level response? TASK ONE List as many of the current drivers of emergency food aid that you can ... Make a list! (i.e.don’t discuss whys & wherefores) Use ONLY agreen pen please — and write on the table-cloths provided
  8. 8. And what might be the future drivers? TASK ONE/cont List possible future drivers ... Then group them in terms of where decision- makinghappens use Figure 1 to help you think about decision-makinglevels Use ONLY a blue pen please — and write on the table-cloths provided
  9. 9. What can we learn from other times & other places about communities & food? TASKTWO Combine your collective experiences to share what we can learn from other times & cultures optional starter for ten from the here & now: school dinners,work canteens,takeaways,soup kitchens,allotments, BigLunch,chilled meals,cafes & restaurants ... use Figure 2 to help you think about elements in our food systems Capture as much as you can on post-its or A4
  10. 10. What could it be like ten years out ... TASKTHREE Imagine it’sMay 2025. All our citizensare well fed ... What could be happening?Imagine ...stories from the future ...social situations ...scenarios This task is about possibilities — lots of ’em! — not about probabilities Capture what you can on a new table-cloth ... Use ONLY a black pen please
  11. 11. What’s important? TASK FOUR If some of these possibilitieshappen,what city-level social and connector infrastructuresare needed?And what else in the city? What do we stop doing? What do we start doing? What do we continue doing? On anA3 sheet,list your ideas usinga red pen under STOP,START & CONTINUE
  12. 12. food insecurity — acity-level response? we aim for all our chil d ren to enj oy tasty, healthy meal s . . . and eat them in good company Kate’s three questions ...and thank you!

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