kieku l-ikel jitkellem

the right to food


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il-ktieb

Kieku l-ikel Jitkellem

 

 

 

 

                                 

Dawn huma l-persuni minn oqsma differenti tas-soċjetà f'Malta li

huma involuti f'dan il-proġett.

 

Here's a provisional list of those involved in the Kieku l-ikel jitkellem / The Right to Food project:

 

music

Antoine Vella BRIKKUNI and Mohammed Ahmed Rahmatalla (Sudan) Danjeli

 

writers

Chris Agee (Ireland)* Clare Azzopardi Norbert Bugeja Bernard Cauchi Glen Calleja Mario Cardona Antoine Cassar Priscilla Cassar Annalise Falzon Maria Grech Ganado Adrian Grima Simone Inguanez Pierre J. Mejlak Caldon Mercieca Immanuel Mifsud Walid Nabhan Rita Saliba Karl Schembri

 

contributors

Joe Bartolo (activist)

Elise Billiard (anthropologist)

Glorianne Borg Axisa (geographer)

Carmel Cacopardo (sustainable development, politician)

Vince Caruana (sustainable development, educator)

Carmel Cassar (historian)

Victor Galea (cultural and political activist, Ager Foundation)

Michael Grech (philosopher, activist)

Riccardo Franciolini (agriculture in the Mediterranean)*

Jimmy Grima (artist)

Koperattiva Rurali Manikata

Virginia Monteforte (anthropologist)

Eric Van Monckhoven (educator)*

Patri Ġwann Xerri (activist)

Bianca Zammit (activist)

Anna Zammit (sociologist)

 

 

The Enlarging Fair project in Malta is coordinated by

Angele Deguara and Nathalie Grima

 

 

Angele Deguara kisbet MA fis-soċjoloġija mill-Università ta' Malta fl-1999 u tgħallem fil-Kulleġġ Universitarju Ġan Franġisk Abela. Hija l-awtriċi ta’ Life on the Line. A Sociological Investigation of Women Working in a Clothing Factory in Malta (Malta University Press, 2002) u diversi studji oħrajn, fosthom "The Faces of the Poor: A Sociological Review of Poverty in Contemporary Europe and Malta" (EDRC, University of Malta, 2008). Hija membru attiv tal-Koperattiva Kummerċ Ġust u l-Moviment Graffitti. Flimkien ma' Nathalie Grima qed tikkoordina s-sehem ta' Malta fil-proġett Ewropew, "Enlarging Fair," li fih hemm involuti sitt pajjiżi.

 

Riccardo Franciolini - Laureato in Storia Medievale presso l'Università di Firenze, si è occupato di Urbanistica partecipativa, Agricolture Alternative e Tecnologia a ridotto impatto ambientale e sociale. Ha collaborato con ONG nello studio di problematiche relative alla Biodiversità naturale e agricola. È autore della trasmissione radiofonica “parole contadine”. Collabora con Rete Semi Rurali (Italia) che forma parte di un coordinamento europeo di organizzazioni interessate alla conservazione in campo della biodiversità agricola.
Attualmente dottorando in Economia Agraria presso l'Università di Firenze. Si occupa di Sviluppo Rurale nelle isole minori del Mediterraneo. Sta collaborando con il GAL di Ibiza-Formentera, il GAL Etruria (Toscana) e l'Institute of Agriculture dell'Università di Malta. I suoi studi intendono offrire un approccio all'innovazione in agricoltura basato sulla valorizzazione del connubio tra conoscenza locale e conoscenza esterna.

 

Eric Van Monckhoven is a social educator, cultural producer and international consultant who collaborates with groups and individuals, non-governmental and grass-roots organisations and other institutions struggling for local sustainability, regeneration, justice and mutual understanding.

 

His participation is fully supported by Food First Malta's Youth in Action project 'In Defence of Food' and he will be speaking about 'Healthy Food'.

 

Chris Agee was born in 1956 in San Francisco and grew up in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. He attended Harvard University and since 1979 has lived in Ireland.
He is the author of three books of poems, In the
New Hampshire Woods (Dublin, The Dedalus Press, 1992), First Light (The Dedalus Press, 2003) and Next to Nothing (Cambridge, UK, Salt, 2009), as well as the editor of Scar on the Stone: Contemporary Poetry from Bosnia (Bloodaxe, 1998, Poetry Society Recommendation), Unfinished Ireland: Essays on Hubert Butler (Irish Pages, 2003) and The New North Contemporary Poetry from Northern Ireland (Wake Forest University Press, 2008).
He reviews regularly for The
Irish Times and is the Editor of Irish Pages, a journal of contemporary writing based at The Linen Hall Library, Belfast.
He holds dual Irish and
American citizenship, and spends part of each year at his house near Dubrovnik, in Croatia.

 

 

 


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Dan huwa parti mill-proġett Enlarging Fair
Sit maħluq u amministrat minn Adrian Grima adrian @ maltaforum.org - neħħi l-ispazji
Maħluq fl-20 ta' Diċ, 2008 | L-aħħar aġġornament: 17-Mej-2009