Issue 11: Food and social movements

Read an exclusive cover interview with former Archbishop and social justice advocate Rowan Williams, plus explore food, social movements and the power of community action.

Social movements have a history of achieving great change. That’s why there’s something in the air this year, from public sector strikes to land access protests on Dartmoor, as mass gatherings of people have started to use their voices in an undeniable, visible way. In this issue, we capture a snapshot of that energy and how it relates to food, farming, land, nature and climate. As collective action means different things to different people, we explore how a feeling of community can be created through anything from politics to hosting dinner for friends in this uplifting and inspiring new issue.


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