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The Humanitarian Centre’s Cambridge International Development Report Launch and Liberated Feast

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This event sees the launch of the Humanitarian Centre’s 5th Cambridge International Development Report, which offers insight, discussion and suggestions on how to improve global food security. This year, we are joined by the 4th Liberated Feast. The event includes:

a beautiful, three course, vegan meal made entirely of surplus produce that would otherwise be wasted

a mini ‘marketplace’ with stalls full of local produce and organisations helping to fight poverty

a live performance from the Flamin’ Junes

Key speakers on sustainable food and our Global Food Futures and the release our the Cambridge International Development Report.

Tickets are £10 and are available from this link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-liberated-feast-cambridge-international-development-report-launch-tickets-12616551445

Additionally, all the proceeds from the event go to supporting a school feeding project on for the Milimani School on Kenyas Rusinga Island. Raising funds to build, staff and support a kitchen to provide the children’s entire daily nutrition and create a school permaculture food growing space. The cost is £5000 and so far the Liberated Feast have raised £1000 and are already supporting the schools breakfast feeding programme. The Liberated Feast Project is also developing an educational programme, working with schools and communities to explore the global food system and create their own Liberated Feasts.

You can also check out the facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/1503932869844126/, so please check it out, and share it with your friends, college and course mates.

This talk is part of the Global Food Futures series.

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