SFYN Podcast
SFYN Podcast
Jul 24, 2020
Equity, Inclusion and Justice: a conversation with Jim Embry #SFYNtalks
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Slow Food Youth Network wants to raise attention for the concept of social justice within our movement and in the food system, because we believe that this particular historical moment is pivotal for a shift in the definition of human rights and we as a movement want to be part of this change towards a more just and fair food system and world. 

 

Today we will have the pleasure of listening to Sara Jean Whelan, from SFYN USA in Vermont and part of the SFYN Global steering committee, who interviewed Jim Embry, one of the creators of the SF USA manifesto for equity, inclusion and justice (the EIJ manifesto). Jim describes the milestones in the history of human rights in the USA, his view on developing a manifesto and how the latest events and the current social debate created a momentum for the manifesto to get a stronger position within Slow Food and beyond.

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