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This presentation to the Canadian Association of Food Studies Conference, Fredericton, NB (May 29, 2011) highlights participatory action research approaches, opportunities, and challenges relating to knowledge mobilization, advocacy, policy change, and ethical considerations for three participatory action research projects: NS Participatory Food Costing Project, Activating Change Together for Community Food Security, and the Atlantic Social Economy and Sustainability (SES) Research Network (Sub-node 3).
Panel Presenters: Patty Williams, Cynthia Watt, Christine Johnson, Debra Reimer
Hosting Team: Patty Williams (Session Chair), Barb Anderson, Doris Gillis, Rita MacAulay, Lynn Langille, Samantha Cohen, Satya Ramen, Heather Hunter
For more information: www.foodsecurityresearchcentre.ca/cafs2011