Vi har fått inbjudan till ”Food First Delegation” som kommer att arrangeras i Korea 24 augusti-1 september.
Discover Korean food, politics, and history – Scholarships available to adoptees.
Daniel Gray of Ongo Food Tours and Anders Riel Muller, both Korean adoptees, have worked closely together in the planning of this tour. As part of our close ties to the adoptee community, we are happy to announce that Food Sovereignty Tours have managed to raise funds for 1-2 partial scholarships of $50-600 for Korean adoptees wishing to join the tour.
Please do not hesitate to contact us, we are happy to provide additional information, a sample itinerary, and discuss the content of the trip. For more information, you can also visit: http://www.
About the Upcoming Food First Delegation:
SOUTH KOREA: Land, Food and Democracy, August 24 – September 1, 2013
Known as the “land of the morning calm”, South Korea is known for its unique cuisine and the centuries-long struggle of South Korean farmers for land and democracy. On this tour, participants will visit farmer operated cooperatives and speak to peasants and activists who are working to promote a democratic local food system that respects the history, tradition, and culture of the Korean people. This Food Sovereignty Tour led by Food First in collaboration with the Korean Peasant’s League, the Korean Women’s Peasant
The trip is organized by Food Sovereignty Tours, a project of Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy in Oakland, CA, called one of the country’s “most established food think tanks” by the New York Times.