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eDialogue: What Future for Small-Scale Farming? Policy Options
By Jim Woodhill, Ken Giller and John Thompson The final eDialogue in our five-part series on the ‘What Future for...
Date Published: December 2020
Authors: Jim Woodhill, John Thompson, Ken Giller
eDialogue: What Future for Small-Scale Farming? Emerging themes
By Jim Woodhill, Ken Giller and John Thompson Tuesday 10 November was another fantastic session of our eDialogue series on...
Date Published: November 2020
Authors: Jim Woodhill, John Thompson, Ken Giller
eDialogue on future of small scale farming: Fundamental Issues
Our first online session of this eDialogue began by “Setting the Scene” with a range of global and regional perspectives,...
Date Published: October 2020
Authors: Jim Woodhill, John Thompson, Ken Giller
Critical Connections: COVID-19, Rural Poverty and Food System Risks
Critical Connections COVID-19, Rural Poverty and Food System Risks The last month has seen the world waking up to the...
Date Published: May 2020
Foresight and Scenarios in Times of COVID-19
Foresight and Scenarios in Times of COVID-19 COVID-19 is a deep disruption to human systems. The world is having to...
Date Published: May 2020
What Future for Small-Scale Agriculture
We’re pleased to release our report Farmers and food systems, what future for small-scale agriculture? (PDF: 10mb; opens in a...
Date Published: January 2020
Authors: Alison Griffith, Jim Woodhill, Saher Hasnain
The Dynamics of Food Systems – A Conceptual Model
“Food systems” has become the term around which issues of agriculture, nutrition and food security are now being framed.  But...
Date Published: December 2019
Author: Jim Woodhill
Reflections on Stockholm EAT Forum
Reflections on Stockholm EAT Forum Foresight4Food at EAT Forum The EAT Forum is undoubtedly an event with a difference. I...
Date Published: June 2019
Author: Jim Woodhill
Food Systems Transformation – A Rubik’s Cube
Food Systems Transformation A “Rubik’s” Cube I have just been at EAT Forum in Stockholm engaging in the debates about...
Date Published: June 2019
Author: Jim Woodhill