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National Student Food Charter Compass

La Charte alimentaire des étudiants du Canada est un moyen pour les étudiants de travailler ensemble afin de repérer les questions alimentaires qui leur importent en tant que membres de leurs collectivités. La charte représente la vision du mouvement alimentaire des étudiants quant aux aliments et aux systèmes alimentaires présents sur les campus. Par le biais d’une série de consultations avec les étudiants de partout au pays, la création de la charte a rassemblé les voix de plus de 400 étudiants, a transformé des idées en actions et a mobilisé tout un mouvement national d’étudiants pour l’alimentation.

Merci à Meal Exchange qui a produit cette fantastique présentation vidéo et qui a dirigé la création de la Charte alimentaire des étudiants du Canada! Nous désirons également remercier la Coalition jeunesse Sierra d’avoir soutenu Meal Exchange sur toute la ligne! Pour obtenir plus de renseignements sur la charte, veuillez cliquer ici.

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