Phil Woodhouse: Food Sovereignty a critical dialogue

20 February 2014
Multi-media

Phil Woodhouse, of the University of Manchester, discusses the relationship between consumers and producers of food. He highlights key tensions around the price of food, arguing that the productivity of agricultural labour is fundamentally related to the price of food and asks, “how does Food Sovereignty address the issue of the price of food and the potential conflict between producers and consumers?”.

 

This recording was made at Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue

More video's of the colloquium can be found here.