World Food Talk Draws Participants from 9 Nations
On Sunday, November 15, members of Learning Life’s Family Diplomacy Initiative and some of their family members gathered live via Zoom to talk about world food culture. Hailing from nine nations worldwide — the USA, El Salvador, Ecuador, Senegal, Nigeria, Burundi, Egypt, Pakistan and India — the 39 international dialogue participants discussed food scarcity and waste, the influence of power on food habits, generational differences in food consumption, and other topics. For a recorded video segment of the dialogue, click here. For photos and presentation slides from the discussion, see below.
For more information about this year’s international food culture project, click here. Stay tuned: a full report and e-books about the project are coming in December and January.
To connect and learn with families worldwide via Learning Life’s Family Diplomacy Initiative on Facebook, click here.