Tania Li: Food Sovereignty a critical dialogue

20 February 2014
Multi-media

Tania Li, of the University of Toronto, asks about communities who do not see themselves as part of the Food Sovereignty movement. She uses the case of a community in Central Sulawesi to highlight how the core elements of Food Sovereignty do not necessarily cohere together, and argues for the importance of addressing these kinds of places, that challenge embedded assumptions of the movement.

 

This recording was made at Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue

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