Lina Fedirko. Project Infographics. BSRC

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  • Shanghai, China

    Sorsogon, Philippines

    Pekalongan, Indonesia

    Sihanoukville, Cambodia

    Negombo, Sri LankaBatticaloa, Sri Lanka

    Lami, Fiji

    Maputo, Mozambique

    Kinshasa, DRC

    New York City, USA

    Hong Kong

    Tokyo, Japan

    Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine

    Ahmedabad, IndiaL ina Fedi rkoPROJECT INFOGRAPHICS

    Interviews with 150+ food movement stakeholders

    Community focus groups

    Survey administered to 1,000+ community members

    Site visits to food programs

    Document review of old food justice initiatives

    Review of government food justice reports

    Assessment of existing food policies

    Tracking of funding sources and recipients

    Research, content, process and layout design by Lina Fedirko.

    YEAR ROLE PROJECT NATURE

    Mapping the landscape of food justice movement in the low-income neighborhoods

    of Brooklyn, New York

    GOAL

    Bedford Styuvesant Restoration Corporation

    Program and

    Research Associate

    Strategic Planning

    POLICY ANALYS IS

    2013

    PRODUCT

    DATADISCOVERY

    Businesses

    Grassroots Organizations

    Community Gardens

    Schools

    Local Development Corporations

    NYC Department of Parks & Recreation

    NYC Department of Health

    METHODSFIELD RESEARCH SECONDARY RESEARCH

    Diagram depicting the flow of funding for food

    justice initiatives

    Hierarchical diagram illustrating the

    geographical scope of food justice groups

    (national, regional, etc.)

    Geographical map plotting service area and

    target audience of all food justice groups (exact

    locations of operation)

    - Constant competition between groups with similar goals for already scarce funding- Collaboration deterred by siloed implemention- Fragmanted sources of information- Vertical disalignment of policies through goverment levels- Inefficient communication due to competition and lack of central convening body

    BARRIERS TO ADDRESSING FOOD JUSTICE DETERRANTS

    ORGANIZATION

    FOOD JUSTICE DETERRANTS

    - Access to food- Cost of groceries- Neighborhood safety- Cooking skills- Insufficient education about healthy eating- Scarce information about food resources

    Immigrants

    Low-Income Households

    Seniors

    New Mothers

    Women

    Youth

    FOOD JUSTICE MOVEMENT INFLUENCERS

    GROUPS AFFECTED BY THE FOOD INJUSTICE

    PEOPLE