Participatory Food Systems Governance Survey

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Author: Josie Di Felice

Posted: November 21, 2019

Categories: GoodFoodBites / News from Sustain Ontario

Are you part of a Canadian organization working to build healthy, equitable and sustainable food systems?

Does that work include engagement in food systems governance? That is, do you take part in councils, networks, strategies, food circles, secretariats, working groups or committees working at the provincial, regional or local level to collectively change how your food systems work? Are you familiar with the operations of your organization and do you have decision-making responsibility?

If so, please fill out this survey on what effective, innovative approaches to food system governance looks like in Canada. Make your voice heard on the National Food Policy process, our food movement, and why you are working to change or create new policies and decision-making structures.

The research is being conducted by researchers from Lakehead University, Carleton University and Saint Paul University in partnership with Food Secure Canada, Plenty Canada and Sustain Ontario.