Food systems advocacy

Thursday 22 May 2014, 1:30 – 6:00pm

St Cross Room, St Cross College, University of Oxford

This seminar presented working papers on food systems advocacy, developed as part of the Oxford Food Governance Group’s research project on the role of ICTs in consumer-based food governance. This seminar was convened as part of the Oxford Food Governance Group’s project on consumer engagements with food governance. Funded by the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food, this multi-tiered, multi-sited project aims to elucidate the emerging forms, roles, and uses of food-related information and communication technologies (ICT) at the consumer level, and how they might shape the EU food governance landscape in years to come.



Professor Stanley Ulijaszek, Dr Karen Eli (Institute of Social & Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford), Dr Javier Lezaun, Dr Tanja Schneider (Institute for Science, Innovation & Society, University of Oxford), Dr Catherine Dolan (Saïd Business School, SOAS) (pictured here)

Keynote speaker

The keynote address was delivered by Professor Geof Rayner, titled

What would the British food system look like if it took ecological public health at its heart? 

This will be available as a podcast soon.


Geof Rayner delivers the keynote address


Tanja Schneider presenting on ‘Food Governance by Campaign’

Tea time discussion

Tea time discussion

Mike Rayner and Geof Rayner

Mike Rayner and Geof Rayner

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