Local culture and territories are manifested in traditional food processes.

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Traditional food processes

Guidelines on how to use the material

Welcome to our Food Sovereignty Toolkit, designed to empower secondary school students in exploring and reflecting upon the complexities of food systems through creative expression. Within this toolkit, you will find an array of versatile tools—stop motion, illustration, craft, and music—each offering unique avenues for self-expression and critical inquiry. By harnessing the power of these creative mediums, students can delve into the intricacies of food sovereignty, from examining sustainable practices to celebrating cultural diversity in food production and consumption. Whether through visually captivating illustrations, thought-provoking stop motion animations, hands-on crafting activities, or melodic compositions, this toolkit encourages students to engage deeply with the multifaceted issues surrounding our food systems. Together, let us embark on a journey of discovery, reflection, and empowerment as we navigate the path towards a more just and sustainable food future.