The Convention is a two-day event on May 12th & 13th at Central Hall, Westminster, bringing you the best minds from culture, politics and media to understand where we are, how we got here and what we’re going to do about it.
Just one of the important topics being discussed over this two day event will be: Making the case for food
Food is personal but should be political. Our current food system is in crisis – it damages our health and our planet, but there is a dearth of leadership. Does Brexit create the moment to pass a much needed Food Act?
Why we need a Food Act: Startling facts and the impact of Brexit on our environment, health, children, inequality and jobs.
Kath Dalmeny, policy director and chief executive of Sustain, Anna Taylor, the CEO of the Food Foundation and Rosie Boycott, Chair of the London Food Board debate the implications of Brexit and consider how we might feed people better in the future.
Question Time: There will be a chance for audience question after the panel discussion
To see the full programme for The Convention, click here
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