MENU FOR CHANGE: TOWARDS A WORLD THAT WORKS FOR ALL
GLOBAL LEARNING FORUM ON RESPONSIBLE FOOD CONSUMPTION
21.-23. OCTOBER 2016, CZECH REPUBLIC, PRAGUE
By 2050 our world will have to feed 10 billion people although it is already struggling with a changing climate and questionable economic and political paradigms. How can it be done without worsening living conditions of people, and causing further depletion of natural resources?
We are wondering what is happening to our world, while we know that as citizens of economically developed countries we consume by far most of its resources and are making the world follow our path.
Let’s ask how can we regenerate the Planet and societies. Let´s look for what can help us embracing complexities, in order to be able to bring positive changes. The international Forum Menu for Change will gather European Eco-School teachers and civil society representatives to think and experience together how to work with big questions of our times and integrate them in our daily practice of education and awareness raising.
The intention of the forum is concretely to:
- Explore how are the world challenges interconnected with our food consumption
and can be influenced by our conscious actions.
- Experience education that reflects times we live in and help develop skills
needed in our future.
- Share examples of change tracing paths towards sustainable future.
Impact Hub Praha
150 00 Praha 5-Smíchov
Are you a motivated educator and/or expert from Czech Republic who is dealing with a global education, critical thinking or global dimensions of the food we eat? If your answer is yes, fill in a registration form and have a chance to meet other experts in these fields, to attend various speeches and workshops and to get inspired for your future work.
And for anyone who is interested in what we do – we have a chance for you to join as well. We have a few positions for volunteers. If you are interested to help us and want to learn more about global impacts of food production and consumption while doing that, please contact Mrs. Marie Plojharová: firstname.lastname@example.org