Matthew Bunch, member of the CNHH and founder of the Freedom from Hunger Project, recently made the Network aware of not one, but two blogs written and posted to his website. The first, from 7 March 2016, discusses the First World Food Congress held in 1963, the conditions surrounding its creations, and its effects. The second, published earlier this month, discusses the Second World Food Congress (1970) and the construction of youth as activist. Both may be of interest to Network members and can be found via the provided links. These are both posted to the Network’s growing resource list of Canadian Blogs and may, alternately, be found there.
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