Lilian Pungas participates at the international workshop “Crisis, climate and challenges & opportunities of urban agriculture” on 19 October 2022 which she helps to organise with her second supervisor Dr. Oane Visser at the ISS in the Hague, as part of her pursued Double PhD Degree. She will present her most recent research findings and analysis on Food Democracy in the case of Eastern Estonian dachas. Against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, exacerbating inflation levels in Estonia and political tensions between the ethnic Estonians and Russians, democratic deliberation processes within local food systems are more important than ever. In this context of multiple crises, Lilian explores ‘what makes a good food citizen’ in a post-socialist urban periphery.
More information on the event here: https://www.iss.nl/en/events/crisis-climate-and-challenges-opportunities-urban-agriculture-2022-10-19