How thinking of ourselves differently can change the future of our food system

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Food Citizenship is a growing movement of people acting as interdependent participants in a food system, not just as producers or consumers in linear supply chains.

This website is a support hub for the movement, which was first identified in a ten month inquiry into the future of the food system convened by the New Citizenship Project in collaboration with the Food Ethics Council.

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9 hours ago
#Language has tremendous power. It does more than just communicate information. It engages us in many ways, leading to a multitude of conscious and unconscious responses. Let's use it wisely to change conversations around food. Read more https://t.co/IM5eXDCgqR #FoodCitizenship.
5 days ago
The #transition of #FoodSystems requires the democratization of decision-making to overcome lock-ins, linking short-term reforms to a long-term vision & supporting grassroots #civilsociety initiatives 4 relocalization. - @DeSchutterO #EATForum19 #CommonFoodPolicy #FoodCitizenship https://t.co/UggH6OB6uE
5 days ago
The #transition of #FoodSystems requires the democratization of decision-making to overcome lock-ins, linking short-term reforms to a long-term vision & supporting grassroots #civilsociety initiatives 4 relocalization. - @DeSchutterO #EATForum19 #CommonFoodPolicy #FoodCitizenship https://t.co/UggH6OB6uE
Sue Pritchard @suepritch
Strong moves towards the EU Food Policy Council. UK must not get left behind in global leadership and standards #EATForum19 https://t.co/ahlLu4HiUB
5 days ago
Our very own @anna_cura is at the @FoodPowerUK conference in Newcastle today! #FoodCitizenship

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