IFSTAL Workshop 3Wednesday, 7 February, 5:00 PM » 8:00 PM
This workshop is aimed at using participatory models and tools with the purpose of developing consensus and agreement around particular topics.
This workshop is designed as a Game Jam and uses a game perspective to explore actor roles, interactions, and environments. Games have the unique potential to challenge, inspire, engage, and help people explore the complexity around food.
Find out more about the workshop and some helpful resources here.
Workshop learning outcomes:
o Have designed and played through a food systems game;
o Worked in a multidisciplinary team to consider and explore different food system perspectives;
o Critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a gaming approach to food system challenges;
o Reflected on the process, benefits, and potential drawbacks of a gaming approach to addressing food system challenges.
The same workshop will be hosted at each location below.
Wednesday 7th February 2018
Thursday 8th February 2018
Oxford University - Gottmann A, School of Geography and the Environment @ 5-7 pm - Sign up here: Eventbrite
Reading University -
1L08, Agriculture Building @ 6-7:30 pm
London - Room LG24, LSHTM (Keppel St) @ 5-7pm