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THURSDAY 10 SEPTEMBER, 6PM TO 7.15PM, 
Allan Scott Auditorium, Hawke Building Level 3, UniSA City West Campus MAP
Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and South Australian Urban Food Network

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In a global, industrialised food system decisions are being made every day about what we eat, when, where and how. As food consumers how do we get a say in the way our food system operates?

Join Dr Sue Booth as she introduces the idea of food democracy, enabling food consumers to become food citizens. She will explore the questions of:

  • How safe is our food?
  • Is our current food system broken?
  • How do we use democratic processes to re-gain control of the food we eat?

As food consumers living in a democracy, we have a right to say how our food system could be improved, and to take steps – however small – to improve the system. This event will explore how democracy can be used to empower citizens to have choices and to find greater satisfaction in the food we eat.

DR SUE BOOTH
PUBLIC HEALTH & NUTRITION RESEARCHER

Dr Sue Booth

Dr Sue Booth is a dietitian with over 25 years experience and has worked in a range of settings; community health, private practice, government and universities. She has a PhD in public health nutrition and her areas of research interest are household food insecurity, alternative food systems and food policy.

Sue teaches Food Democracy in the Masters of Public Health at Flinders University and is the co-author of the book, Food Democracy: From consumer to food citizen. She is a keen home and community food gardener and aims to grow as much fresh produce as possible.

More Information
Food Insecurity and Hunger in Rich Countries—It Is Time for Action against Inequality. Christina M Pollard and Sue BoothInt. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2019, 16, 1804


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Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and South Australian Urban Food Network

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Image Credits: Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board


While the views presented by speakers within The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre public program are their own and are not necessarily those of either the University of South Australia, or The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, they are presented in the interest of open debate and discussion in the community and reflect our themes of: Strengthening our Democracy - Valuing our Diversity - Building our Future.

The copying and reproduction of any transcripts within The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre public program is strictly forbidden without prior arrangements.