Guided by the conceptual framework of global entangled inequalities, Food for Justice will investigate different dimensions and axes of food inequalities, in various scales and spatialities, and their dynamics of reproduction and change in food politics.
- multiple structural forces (socioeconomic, sociopolitical, socio-ecological, cultural, and epistemic) producing hierarchical orderings in food politics)
- multi-scalar and relational perspective, focusing on the interdependencies between phenomena at different levels, from global historical trends to local negotiations, bridging urban and rural spatialities
- plural and intersectional inequalities, affecting social groups categorized across different axes of inequalities
- dynamics of transformation, in which food movements are agents of social change while looking into their relations to established interests that prevent a meaningful transformation towards democratic, ecological, and just food relations.