EurSafe is an independent organisation, which provides a focal point for those who have a professional interest in the ethical issues involved in agriculture and food supply. The Society, founded in 1999, is an interdisciplinary, cross-cultural and non-partisan organisation.
EurSafe aims to encourage academic education and research, and international debate on the ethical issues involved in agriculture and food supply.

4th APSAFE Symposium from 3-16 December 2020

Supporting Sustainable Food Systems: Quality Food and Ethical Consumption

We cordially welcome researchers, students, policy makers, community activists, and practitioners. Attendees of the APSAFE2020 conference will explore the ethical dimensions of quality food consumption and production, share the knowledge for a sustainable food future, and tackle wicked problems in the current food system through presentation and networking opportunities. To foster mutual learning and generates new insights for a sustainable future, we chose a non-real time format that utilizes Slack and YouTube .You can participate in the wonderful discussions at any time you like (you are not obligated to log in every day for two weeks.)

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Newsletter EurSafe June 2020

We present the latest newsletter of EurSafe.

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EurSafe Conference 2021

Justice and Food Security in a Changing Climate

The 16th Congress of the European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics, will take place from 24-26 June 2021 at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, hosted by the University of Fribourg Environmental Sciences and Humanities Institute (UniFR_ESH Institute). EurSafe 2021 will be a forum for discussing ethical issues around food and agriculture, including production, processing, wholesale, consumption, marketing as well as policy and health issues.

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Vonne Lund junior researcher prize

At the 2019 Tampere conference Renelle McGlacken and Corinna Casi received the Vonne Lund junior researcher prize for their oral presentations.

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Dr. Bernice Bovenkerk
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Wageningen University
Department of Social Sciences/Philosophy 
PO Box 8130
The Netherlands