Understanding the politics of sustainable food systems
We work in collaborative ways to advance knowledge around inclusion and diversity in a range of multi-stakeholder processes; from the local to the global.
We publish our work as reports, book chapters and peer-reviewed academic journals.
In 500 words or less we explain key concepts, ideas, and theories in an accessible way. Our aim is to share why these topics matter. Click here for more.
We use theories of convergence, power, fragmentation, identify politics, and professionalization, informed by feminist and social movement scholars.
We work to re-balance power and challenge the status quo, with a view towards transitioning to just and sustainable futures.
We apply diverse qualitative methods (e.g. interviews, participant observation) that are appropriate for the people we work with, with an increasing emphasis on Participatory Action Research (PAR).