The Politics of Community Engagement: How to Involve Community in Needed Food Policy Reform
The Politics of Community Engagement: How to Involve Community in Needed Food Policy Reform focuses on the best practices of food policy councils and their ability to keep community members involved in the policy-making process. The report also provides recommendations on how to accelerate the engagement process for the Detroit Food Policy Council.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Advocacy and Education, Food Policy Councils/Coalitions
Hailing from Modesto, California, Brenda graduated from Stanford University in 2013 with a degree in political science, concentrating in political theory. Passionate about food justice issues, she built a community garden on Stanford University’s campus and was a Heifer International Fellow working in Uganda on livestock management. In coordination with Night Outreach, a homelessness and community engagement project at Stanford University, Brenda started a women’s shelter in the Palo Alto area and was responsible for coordinating meals for the shelter’s residents.
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