• Karl Polanyi Center for Global Social Studies

The Future of Food in Hungary

Plenary Discussion and Roundtable organized by Karl Polanyi Research Center for Global Social Studies


Public Event


On 5 September 2020, the closing day of our Multidisciplinary Workshop for Researchers of Food Systems, we are having a public plenary discussion of the results, coupled with a roundtable on The Future of Food in Hungary.


Roundtable


Lili Balogh

Agroecology and Food Sovereignty Activist at Védegylet, Farmer at Életfalu Holistic Farm

Ágnes Gagyi

Researcher at the University of Gothenburg, Founding member of the Solidarity Economy Center in Budapest

Logan Strenchock

Co-founder at Cargonomia, Partner at Zsámboki Biokert


Moderator: Dorottya Mendly, Karl Polanyi Research Center for Global Social Studies

Time and venue


10–12 AM

Venue: 4–6 Közraktár street, Budapest 1093

Corvinus University of Budapest, Lecture room C. VIII






Seeds4Hope


In the afternoon, we are visiting a project at the intersections of environmental and social action. The project is located at Red Cross’s homeless shelter, where volunteers of Budapest Bike Maffia set up their Seeds4Hope project.

In the framework of the project, volunteers create community gardens in homeless shelters in Budapest. Residents plant, take care of the gardens, and harvest together with the volunteers and share the produces among themselves.


Time and venue


2 PM

7 Madridi street, Budapest 1131.

Event kindly supported by:






Download the progam here:

The Future of Food in Hungary (1)
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Download a summary of the event in Hungarian here:

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