About the Journal

It is the aim of the Food for Justice Working Paper Series to share new work and knowledge on the question how are we going to feed the world with a wide audience of academics, social activists, food producers and consumers, policy-makers, and any other interested party. With that, this publication series serves to disseminate the first results of ongoing research projects in the field of power, politics and food inequalities in a bioeconomy in order to encourage the exchange of ideas and academic debate.

This is a continuation of the Food for Justice Working Paper Series that was published before at the Freie Universität Berlin.

Food for Justice: Power, Politics, and Food Inequalities in a Bioeconomy is a Junior Research Group based at the Heidelberg Center for Ibero-American Studies at Heidelberg University. It is funded for the period of 6 years (2019-2026) by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Food for Justice looks into social mobilization targeted at injustices in the food system and into social and political innovations that address inequalities undermining food security such as class, gender, race, ethnicity, nationality. All working papers are available free of charge on our Project Website.

Inclusion of a paper in the Food for Justice Working Paper Series should not limit publication in any other place of publication. Copyright remains with the authors and is based on the CC-BY-SA 4.0 license of the HeiJournals, Heidelberg University. Please be aware that these papers may include figures and images from other rightsholders used with permission.