Zero Hunger Summer Seminar Session II: Global Hunger

Academy, Updates, Zero Hunger

This Friday, June 26, from 9am — 1 pm ET, we will host the second of five sessions of our 2020 Zero Hunger Summer Seminars. This year's Summer Seminars are held entirely online, and are free and open to the public.

This Friday we are excited to share two presentations on global hunger and international development. Participants in our first session will remember that federal nutrition programs like SNAP, WIC, and school meals play a crucial role in responding to hunger in the U.S. Similarly, federal initiatives like Food for Peace and Feed the Future are a critical part of promoting food security around the world. Learning how programs like these function is an important starting place for advocates who seek to end global hunger. Our speakers will explain how the U.S. food assistance system works, and reckon with questions of privilege and power in the development sector. Sign up here for link to the webinar, pre-reading, and full agenda.

Meet Our Presenters

Angela Bruce-Raeburn

Regional Advocay Director, Africa
Global Health Advocacy Incubator


Sara Nitz Nolan

Senior Manager, Policy and Advocacy

Questions or problems registering? Contact Sam Stevens for assistance. We're looking forward to seeing you at the seminar!

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