Webinar: Incorporating a Food Justice Lens in Your Practice
Striving towards food justice means acknowledging and working to dismantle inequities that contribute to health and nutrition problems. This webinar will engage in conversations about food insecurity, systemic racism, impacts of colonialism on Indigenous foodways, the environmental and social impacts of our food system, and provide a discussion on working together to infuse justice-enhancing principles within client care.
You will learn:
- What food justice is and what it means for the dietetic profession
- Reflective approaches to address preparedness for socially just practice and advocacy
- How to create a justice-oriented approach in your work, practice, and nutrition recommendations
All registrants will receive access to the webinar recording, transcript, and resources.
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Evita Basilio is a Registered Dietitian who lives and works in Calgary/Moh’kinsstis, Treaty 7 territory. Evita’s focus is on increasing access to nutritious, sustainable, and culturally appropriate food and continuing the work to increase inclusivity within the field of nutrition. Other areas Evita is passionate about include all things clinical, health technology, and agriculture.