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Exploring the role of food in reducing gang violence in El Salvador

Chef’s Table: Feeding Peace

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12 Jan 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Exploring the role of food in reducing gang violence in El Salvador

Join The World Food Programme and OmVed Gardens in this event looking at the role of food in reducing gang violence in Central America.

“Food is the pathway to peace” - WFP Executive Director David Beasley

For the latest instalment of Chef’s Table, we travel with the World Food Programme to El Salvador to look at the role of food in countering gang violence. Host and World Food Programme Chef Advocate Arthur Potts Dawson will lead a cross-continent cook-along with Salvadorian Chef Frank Arevalo, bringing us a deeper understanding and appreciation of the food culture of El Salvador.

Once registered we will send you a list of ingredients needed for the cook-along.

The United Nations World Food Programme was awarded the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize. This event will explore the links between conflict and hunger and the importance of peace and stability to food security.

This interactive event is free and will be hosted by WFP Chef Advocate Arthur Potts Dawson and supported by OmVed Gardens and World Food Programme (WFP).

Tickets available here.