Panel discussion: How to feed the world in times of food crises?

Researchers, politicians and activists together to discuss the weaknesses and opportunities of the food supply chain.

This year we will have a new interactive panel discussion on food security and sustainability, called “how to feed the world in times of food crises?” We have invited researchers and politicians, who will discuss the vulnerabilities and challenges of the global food supply chain. After listening to the perspectives of the panelists, there is an opportunity for the audience to join the discussion with comments and questions.

November 23rd 18:00-19:45

Kulturhus leoparden (Svartbäcksgatan 20)

The event will be live-streamed so anybody can join from any part of the world


Our panelists:

🥝 Louise Bartek (SLU, Researcher)
🥝 Lina Nordqvist (Liberalerna)
🥝 Hanna Victoria Mörck (Vänsterpartiet)
🥝 Klara Ellström (Miljöpartiet)
🥝 Michael Jones (SLU, Researcher)

Entrance fee: FREE!! We want to reach out to as many people as possible, so please tell your friends and join this amazing opportunity to discuss the problems and potential solutions of the global food crisis we are facing and get your voice heard. We want the audience to participate by commenting and asking questions to our panelists.

This event is organised by BFC’s Education Team, with the loyal support of Studieförbundet Bilda 🥰

Are you interested in raising awareness around the topics of sustainability, food waste and hunger? Join the team! Send us an email at

Post written by Alba Saez.

Published by bruisedfoodclubuppsala

Non-profit organisation that saves food, reduces food waste and hunger and promotes sustainable food consumption.

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