21 March 2014

PAST GM-free forum Holland St Market

What’s on your plate ?
Are you eating Genetically Modified Food ?
Why a GM-free SA ?

Facts and fairness

Sunday 30 March, 2014

Doors open 6.00PM
Talks start 6.30PM

Venue: The Market Shed
1 Holland St, Adelaide

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Local and international experts will present information on the global issue of Genetically Modified Food – what it is, how it affects the environment and agriculture, and its impact on our health and wellbeing. With personal video presentations sent for SA from:

International experts:

Dr Vandana Shiva, world-renowned Indian scientist, author of more than 20 books, advocate for agro-ecology and GM-free farming systems, and board member of the International Forum on Globalization.

Jeffrey Smith, pre-eminent US communicator on the dangers of GM crops and foods, and GM-free advocate. Author of 'Seeds of Deception' and 'Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods'. Founder and Director of the Institute for Responsible Technology.

Local Guest Speaker:

Jim Mitchell, SA Genetic Food Information Network (SAGFIN) www.sagfin.org.au
Jim has 35 years experience and active involvement with environmental and health matters.
His presentation is: GM Myths and Truths.

Evening format
1 hr of videos, ½ hr break, then local speaker gives 25 min talk and a Q and A. Finish: by 9.00PM.
We recommend an early dinner or bring along a sandwich. The evening is informal.

Q and A: Feel free to bring your questions for the Q and A at the end.

Tea, coffee, cake available for sale – from 6.00PM and during the break

Seating is limited, so please BYO folding chair, in case.

Donations are welcome and will help spread the message.

Co-presented by

  • Food Matters Onkaparinga
  • SA Genetic Food Information Network (SAGFIN),
  • Green Light Network
  • Regional Food Industry Association.

Download PDF File for event:
SAGFIN GM-free forum PDF File

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