Wednesday 28 October 2015, 6.30-8pm | Committee room 11, House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA
Following 12 months of consultation, the Fabian Commission on Food and Poverty is ready to launch its final report, which sets out a clear plan for a fairer food system and short, medium and long-term actions to ensure that everybody has secure access to nutritious, affordable food. Join the Fabian Society, the Observer’s Yvonne Roberts and members of the Commission to discuss their findings on Wednesday 28 October.
Register for your free ticket to the event here.
Geoff Tansey (Commission chair, curator of the Food Systems Academy and renowned food and agriculture writer)
Jeanette Orrey (former school dinner lady who cofounded Food for Life, the inspiration for Jamie Oliver’s school meals campaign)
Diana Holland (assistant general secretary of Unite the Union for Transport, Equalities and Food)
Dr John Middleton (former vice-president of the UK Faculty of Public Health)
Andrew Kuyk (former director of sustainability and competitiveness at the Food and Drink Federation)
Niall Cooper (director of Church Action on Poverty)
Tara Garnett (founder of the Food Climate Research Network)