The Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo, in collaboration with Slow Food, is organizing a second event for reflection and debate on the theme of territorial food systems to combat food poverty.
In particular, Turin, Milan and Genoa will talk about how the local food systems, which have become structured and strengthened partly as a result of the pandemic, can represent an opportunity to listen and respond to other dimensions of need, acting as a key to intercepting and understanding new and old social fragilities and effectively directing people to the services and various forms of support available at local level.
Starting from the experiences of the three cities, also in the light of what has been learned in the pandemic context, the event will be an opportunity to discuss their programmatic lines, to continue the work of redesigning actions to combat growing poverty.
- Monica Lo Cascio, Director Division of Social Services, Socio-Health, Housing and Labor, City of Turin
- Massimiliano Cavalli, Director of Social Policies, City of Genoa
- Raul Tiraboschi, Slow Food Bergamo Trustee, Slow Food
- Marzia Sica, Head of Objective People, Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo
- Michele Petrelli, Director of Social Policies, Municipality of Milan
Moderator: Egidio Dansero, Professor Department of Culture, Politics and Society, University of Turin
The event is part of the Terra Madre Salone del Gusto program.
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Event languages: IT