2013 promises to be a busy year for SFFA with the release of the Federal Govt National Food Plan due, and the alternative ‘ grass roots’ People’s Food Plan launched by the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance. SFFA will play an active role in the discussion about what kind of food future we want and how we need to shape it now.
Join us to be part of it!
The Sydney Food Fairness Alliance (SFFA) is a network of consumers, rural producers, health professionals, community workers and advocates who want to see food security for all within a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable food system.
Read on for SFFA’s aims for 2013
Time has come again to meet and report on the latest campaigns, issues, as well as to discuss with you our plans for the future. Following the AGM, we will present the new film from the ‘Lock the Gate’ campaign. Light refreshment and finger food will be on offer! So, join us for the SFFA’s [...]
Posted on 25. Sep, 2013 by BrigitB.
“Celebrating Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition” The Macarthur Future Food Forum would like to invite you to join them in celebrating the achievements of their program and discussing the future of food security, quality and sustainability in the Macarthur region, moving towards the recognition that “healthy food is a human right”. On [...]
Posted on 15. Sep, 2013 by BrigitB.
The recent SFFA event ‘Food Matters’ was a success.
The event offering a platform for local government and other agencies to discuss roles, initiatives, barriers in the world of food was recorded and you can view key note and lightning talk speakers on the SFFA YouTube Channel.
Posted on 25. Jun, 2013 by BrigitB.
As part of the Fair Food Week 2013, the SFFA is pleased to invite you to a ‘not to be missed’ forum exploring how Councils can address food security in their local communities.
Join us to hear keynote speakers discuss current food issues, participate to lightning talks showcasing innovative Council’s initiatives, or network and discuss project ideas.
Posted on 18. May, 2013 by BrigitB.
If we are wasting more food than it is good for us or the planet, what can we do about it?
Posted on 17. Apr, 2013 by BrigitB.
A first step to understand associations between various factors in the urban form, the food system and community and household food security.
Posted on 18. Mar, 2013 by PatR.
In response to concerns about the limited objectives proposed by the National Food Plan (a federal government initiative), and after broad public consultation, the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance has developed the People’s Food Plan for Australia. The People’s Food Plan presents a common-sense and achievable vision for fair food that places the soil and land, farmers, food workers and eaters at the centre of a restorative food system.