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Here’s what we got up to in November’s Community of Practice with the White Noise Collective

About the so-called* BC Food Security Gateway Community of Practice   The Gateway Community of Practice convenes folks throughout the traditional Indigenous territories of so-called* BC who share a passion and practice around work centering: Household food insecurity and poverty reduction Indigenous Food Sovereignty, anti-racism, food justice, and decolonization in the food system Local food […]

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Some of what we learned and shared in October’s Community of Practice

  We’re delighted to share back some of the conversation from our last Gateway Community of Practice session. This CoP convenes folks throughout the traditional Indigenous territories of so-called BC who share a passion and practice around work on:   Household food insecurity and poverty reduction Indigenous Food Sovereignty, anti-racism and decolonization in the food […]

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October 2021: Food Justice Stories, Funding, Learning & Resources

  An offering of food justice stories, news, resources and learning opportunities from the BC Food Security Gateway. The Gateway supports knowledge exchange and collaboration to address food security in BC, including hosting an amazing Community of Practice. Opportunities, Resources, and Learning   [JOB POSTING] Food Security Coordinator, Provincial Health Services Authority     [LISTEN] […]

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Rest, Care, Identity, Joy and Stamina in Food Justice Work: A Community of Practice Conversation

We’re delighted to share back some of the conversation from our last Gateway Community of Practice session. This CoP convenes folks throughout the traditional Indigenous territories of so-called BC who share a passion and practice around work to do with: Household food insecurity and poverty reduction Indigenous Food Sovereignty, anti-racism and decolonization in the food […]

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Community of Practice conversations over 5 weeks of COVID-19

COP Nitya Wakhlu

Our Community of Practice was regularly scheduled to come together on March 17 – but of course, by then we knew nothing was going to be “regular” about our conversation. We’ve been meeting every two weeks since that conversation as food security, sovereignty, and justice efforts have been incredibly (re)deployed across so-called BC. Read gentle recaps of these conversations as we send them to the CoP list.

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