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Posted 3 years, 4 months ago in SFYN Blogs
Over the last 50 years the European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has played a crucial role in giving support to farmers to ensure that consumers have enough food at affordable prices. Yet, almost nobody knows about this policy and the ways it still affects all European citizens on a daily basis. How come?
Posted 3 years, 6 months ago in SFYN Blogs
In the train home from Paris, for the third summer in a row, it’s a good moment for evaluation of the annual Eating City Summer campus. This campus now hosting youth from all over the world, is organized by the Eating City platform. Its aim is to collect young food – professionals and students from different backgrounds to think about the problems and solutions for the food systems in cities.read more
Posted 3 years, 7 months ago in SFYN Weekends
Johannesburg (Joburg, Jozi or sometimes known as Jo-hazardous-burg), is a City with a beat like no other. Its not an obvious city, but if you are allow yourself to explore its hesitant streets, you will not regret! Joburg, is a highly dichotomous city, and is the largest city in South Africa, and one of the largest man-made urban forests in the world. This city moves fast, and you have to listen to its rhythm.
Written by: Linzi Lewis
Posted 3 years, 7 months ago in SFYN Blogs
Greetings from Bolivia!! The worldwide philosophy around food has entered into a transition in the last few decades; people around the world have started believing that a reality where a fair, respectful food system could be possible. Since the emergence of consciousness, young people have the possibility to surround themselves with the winds of change; it is only matter of decision and effort. My name is Daniel Samaniego, I’m 21 years old, a young cook and I’m from Quito Ecuador, but nowadays I’m doing an internship in Gustu Restaurant, located in La Paz.