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From Scotland to Ecuador: Building Local Relationships for Healthy and Resilient Food Systems – with Carolina Salazar Daza, Sofie Quist and Abi Mordin Connecting Women's Voices on Climate Justice: Perspectives from Scotland and Around the World

    • Education

In the second episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Catriona Spaven-Donn speaks with Carolina Salazar Daza, Sofie Quist and Abi Mordin about the important relationship between food, gender and the climate.



Carolina is a feminist researcher and citizen activist based in Ecuador. Sofie is a project officer at Nourish Scotland. Abi Mordin is the chair and co-founder of the Glasgow Community Food Network. 



Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

In the second episode of the Connecting Women's Voices podcast, host Catriona Spaven-Donn speaks with Carolina Salazar Daza, Sofie Quist and Abi Mordin about the important relationship between food, gender and the climate.



Carolina is a feminist researcher and citizen activist based in Ecuador. Sofie is a project officer at Nourish Scotland. Abi Mordin is the chair and co-founder of the Glasgow Community Food Network. 



Contact: climate.justice@unhscotland.org.uk



Twitter: @UNHouseScotland

Instagram: @UNHouseScotland

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/un-house-scotland/

Website: https://www.unhscotland.org.uk/

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