Critical and Equity-Oriented Pedagogical Innovations in Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems Education

In response to the confluence of ecological, economic, and social crises associated with colonial and neo-colonial food systems, agroecology and sustainable food system education initiatives have emerged in institutes of higher education and popular social movements across the globe. 

A panel of educators will discuss Sustainable Food Systems Education (SFSE) pedagogical innovations that encourage systems thinking, inter- and trans-disciplinary collaboration, community-based learning, and collective action projects that foster more critical and equity-oriented SFSE initiatives and a more just food system.

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Wednesday, March 3 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Virtual Event