Behind the Scenes at the Migrant Film Festival
The University of Gastronomic Sciences, the educational institute founded by Slow Food in 2004, held the Migranti Film Festival on June 10 – 12 at the university campus in Pollenzo, Italy. The film festival called attention to issues relating to migration, particularly second generations, coexistence, identity, and multiculturalism.
Slow Food Chefs’ Alliance Chef Bledar Kola is Committed to Educating Children
The Slow Food Chefs’ Alliance (SFCA) was launched in Albania in June 2015 and currently has twenty-one active chefs in the country. Bledar Kola is one of them, known for community-building and inspiring others around the world.
Glyphosate Malaise: Are Ridiculously Cheap Foods and Clean, Tidy Fields Really Worth the Cost?
Glyphosate is the most commonly used active substance in agriculture. It is a crop desiccant and it tells us a great deal about the relationship that the “developed” world has with agriculture and, more generally, with nature.