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Dr Jane Battersby has been awarded the Premio Daniel Carasso 2017 for her work on food security in cities in southern Africa.

The laureate of the 2017 Premio Daniel Carasso 2017 will be made public on May 18th in Valencia (Spain), 2017 world food capital

The call for applications for the Premio Daniel Carasso 2017 is now open from July 23 to October 23 2016. The laureate will be announced during the year 2017. Entrants must register and apply online.

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For the first year, the Foundation is pleased to partner with Fondation Agropolis and Fondazione Cariplo on this “Thought for Food Initiative-Transdisciplinary research towards more sustainable food systems”. The call is open until 29 February 2016. Further details about the call

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12 October 2017

Unravelling the Food-Health Nexus: Addressing Practices, Political Economy, and Power Relations to Build Healthier Food Systems seeks to provide a comprehensive overview of health issues in a food-system context, identifying the channels through which food systems affect human health, and how prevailing power relations and imperatives in food systems help to shape our understanding of the impacts they generate. The report asks why evidence gaps persist, why negative impacts are systematically reproduced, and why certain problems are not politically prioritized.

06 April 2016

Suite au séisme survenu en Haïti le 12 janvier 2010, après une première aide d’urgence apportée dans le cadre du Comité Haïti de la Fondation de France, la Fondation Daniel et Nina Carasso a souhaité poursuivre son aide dans la durée en choisissant un projet lié à son axe « Art Citoyen ».

30 June 2015

En visite-terrain dans le sud de la France, Marie-Stéphane Maradeix, Déléguée générale de la Fondation Daniel et Nina Carasso et Guilhem Soutou, Chargé de mission Alimentation durable, ont pu constater la force de l’engagement des partenaires locaux de la Fondation en faveur des systèmes alimentaires durables.

18 June 2015

¿ Seguiremos comiendo juntos en el futuro ? Esta es la cuestión que une las distintas ponencias del Congreso Otras maneras de comer. Elecciones, convicciones, restricciones, que tuvo lugar en Barcelona el pasado 9 de junio. Organizado por el Observatorio de la alimentación (Odela), por iniciativa especialmente del antropólogo Jesús Contreras, y por la Fundación Alicia, el Congreso trató del paisaje en plena mutación que constituye la alimentación contemporánea.