The Interfaith Food Justice Network is an informal grouping of various groups in Glasgow and its environs who are involved in emergency provision and support services to those at the sharp end of Food poverty and insecurity. The Network has around 40 organisations involved - many of which are faith-based - and is coordinated by Interfaith Glasgow and the Transformation Team.
At the last network meeting in April 2016 a joint declaration on Food justice was proposed and after discussion it was accepted by those network members present at the meeting. We already have many faith and other voluntary and public organisations signed up to the declaration and are in the process of promulgating the declaration to gain greater support. Please click here to read the Interfaith Food Justice Declaration and sign it if you agree.
The purpose of the Interfaith Food Justice Network event in November is to:
share and celebrate the excellent work of the many groups and projects
to learn from each other and offer mutual support
to officially sign up to the principles and values of the Food Justice declaration
to share a meal together.