Doing Anti-Colonial Food Justice
An interactive event for community food workers (including volunteers) and anyone interested in the topic.
The Festival of Social Science (FoSS) offers a fascinating insight into some of the country’s leading social science research and how it influences our social, economic and political lives – both now and in the future. Discover how it shapes public policy and contributes to making the economy more competitive, as well as giving people a better understanding of 21st-century society.
The Coventry University festival features a mix of online and face-to-face events, held across Coventry city centre and the university campus. Participants will be able to take part and hear about social science research at the festival’s many engaging events.
Coventry University’s programme of FoSS events are free to attend and designed for *people of all ages
From using game design to imagine and build sustainable cities to testing an app designed to help teenage girls open discussions around mental health, there is something for everyone.
There are 12 events taking place between 6-14 November across Coventry city centre and the university campus. Please see below for event listings and further information.
In this session, our research will be shared prior to splitting into ‘story circles’ where participants can share ideas and experiences. We encourage you to bring an object which represents your identity as a discussion piece (ex: a trinket, photo, clothing).
The ESRC awarded Coventry University a £1.25 million Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) in March 202 to deliver a five-year programme of impact activities, starting in April 2023.