WM Fürth, Germany: museum conversations about “The right to food and food souvereignty”

Apr 11, 2017

Exhibition “ausgekocht” in the women’s museum Fürth, Germany

On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition “ausgekocht 2017” the women’s museum in Fürth, Germany is organizing two days of conversations around the topic food.

“What do women ask from nutrition today? Cooking seems to be “out-dated” – rarely people are cooking at home, fast meals are replaced by instant meals. International companies push to the kitchen all over the world. Food waste and missing sustainability lead towards malnutrition on the one hand and loss of food souvereignty on the other hand.

At the same time more and more people perceive cooking and eating as pleasure, lifestyle and social responsibility.

We present stories of women from all over the world, who give a special meaning to cooking, eating, participation and community – individually, but with high relevance in society.

They encourage us: We are able to shape the food and agriculture system with many small and big decisions in our cooking pot.”

 

PDF invitation to the conversations in German: FLYER GESPRÄCHE IM MUSUEM

Website of the WM Fürth with more information in German

 

 

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