Food For Thought – Week Six
Aisling Halligan, Self Help Africa Development Education team: Food for Thought Summary and the Future of Food
Welcome back to Food for Thought: How to Feed the World in the 21st Century. This is the final week of our online course – thanks so much for being part of it!
You’ll recognise this week’s Food for Thought presenter Aisling Halligan, from Self Help Africa’s Development Education team. Aisling has introduced our previous speakers, and this week is stepping up to the main stage as the presenter for our final Food for Thought session – a summary of the main themes of the course to date, and a look to the future of food.
Thank you so much for being part of the first-ever Food for Thought online course. We’d love to hear your thoughts – please take a few minutes to complete our post-course questionnaire, and we’ll email you a certificate of participation, and we’ll plant a tree for you in Africa too!
Don’t forget, you can catch up on previous previous Food for Thought as follows:
Week 1, with Kenya’s Maggie Ngetha providing an outline to the course is available here.
Hugh Bergin’s look at the SDGs, and Ireland’s role in creating the UN Global Goals is here.
Arran Towers’ presentation on Global Food Systems can be found here.
Peace Nakitto’s talk on Gender and Food production is here.
And Edward Meleki’s analysis of Climate and Food production is here.