CURRENT


September 2022

Radical food practices

– Discussion & Free-of-Charge Community Lunch -

Join us at Cooperation Town Hub Gardens for a session of collective learning about the links between radical politics and community food projects. We will learn from historic examples like the Black Panthers’ breakfast programme and civic restaurants in the U.K. We will discuss feminist food initiatives and food sovereignty in decolonisation struggles and talk about what we can draw from them for local movements seeking to build sustainable and joyful food communities at the local level. The event is organised in collaboration with the National Food Service London, followed by a free-of-charge vegetarian/vegan community lunch.


Saturday 10 September, 12pm-3pm
At Cooperation Town Hub Gardens,
Haverstock rd
London
NW5 4RA
Register: here

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August 2022

community feast

– Workshops & free-of-charge community meal -

On 12th August from 2.30-5pm, the Locavore Community Garden in Folkstone will be open for food, workshops and community conversations. We are joining Custom Food Lab for thier 'seeding the commons' programme. The feast will be prepared by chefs and artists, together with children who are part of the Locavore growing project Taking Root holiday club, using garden produce and surplus food rescued from local businesses.


Friday 12th August, 2pm-5pm
At the The Locavore Community Garden
Martello School
Warren Way
Folkstone
CT19 6DT

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July 2022

Rethinking our food systems

– Workshop & free-of-charge community meal -

Join Mothers of Hackney and National Food Service London in the Old School Rooms in Clapton's Round Chapel for a group discussion and a workshop to envision more just and inclusive food systems. The workshop will be facilitated by Monali Jasani, Eliza Khinsoe and Another Provision, followed by a free-of-charge vegan community meal cooked with surplus food collected on the day.


Saturday 16 July, 4:30pm-7pm
At the Round Chapel - Old School Rooms, Powerscroft Rd, E5 0PU
(The venue is wheelchair accessible)
Register: here

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June 2022

Land & Food

– Workshop & free-of-charge community meal in a Hackney community garden -

Join Another Provision and National Food Service London for some joint learning and discussion on the links between land and food rights in the beautiful Garden of Earthly Delights. Followed by a vegan community meal cooked with surplus food prepared by the NFSL Commnuity Cooks.


Saturday, 11th July, 4-8pm
At the Garden of Earthly Delights, 161 Graham Rd, Hackney, E8 1BT
Register: here

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May 2022

We are launching our publication ‘Another Provision: food justice and communal infrastructures of care’ which features texts about personal experiences with food injustice, about experiments for communal support systems, and about visions for more just urban food futures. Join us on the 6th of May for some readings and a community meal prepared by Tati Canteen.

Friday, 6 May, 6-9pm
At the Art Pavilion, Mile End Park
Register: here

Publication






April 2022

Fresh from the press:
our new publication ‘Another Provision: food justice and communal infrastructures of care’

Publication

Publication

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October 2021

Two upcoming workshops at Shamiyaana ,Rasheed Araeen's community-based art project in North London

Shamiyaana

Shamiyaana






July 2021 - May 2022

Another Provision got selected for one of the six TRELLIS 3 public art commissions as part of UCL Culture and the UCL East programme.

TRELLIS




July 2021

Our next event Food as Commons: building sustainable and just food systems will bring together researchers (Institute of Global Prosperity), policymakers (Camden Council), and activists (National Food Service) around the right to food.

It will be taking place at the London Festival of Ideas. Join via Eventbrite on Monday, 19 July 2021 at 12:30-13:30pm

LFOI

- Re-watch the complete talk on YouTube -

LFOI




until 1st of October 2021

- Have your say -

Hackney Council has published their plans for Dalston, setting out detailed site proposals and planning and regeneration guidance for Dalston Town Centre. The plans will affect Ridley Road Market. We need to make sure the local council doesn't alter the market beyond recognition and that the various communities present will be respected.

You can view the plan in full here (6.8MB pdf 168 pages)

You can comment on the plan here 


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April / May 2021

We have been volunteering at the Emergency Response Program of the National Food Service as part of a new long-term research collaboration with the NFS North London Branch

NFS

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Food packing at NFS North London




December 2020

If you are a local resident to East London please submit a rejection to the planning commission threating Save Ridley Road street market, find the campaign here

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Market signage - Another Provision, 2020




November 2020

Another Provision has been campaigning for Save Ridley Road and facilitated much of the visual campaign and public signage.

We just finsihed the manifesto poster, a risograph printed with Hato Press

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Campaign Poster - Another Provision, 2020