The Walrus Talks Global Hunger Crisis
Date: October 18, 2022
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Location: National Gallery of Canada - Map
Around the world, more people are facing food insecurity. According to a United Nations report, this is due to rising prices, supply chain issues, war, and frequent climate disasters. Irrespective of where they live, people are eating less, and last year between 702 million and 828 million went hungry. That’s 10 percent of the global population.
Join Neil Hetherington, CEO, Daily Bread Food Bank, and food insecurity experts from around the country as they come together for The Walrus Talks Global Hunger Crisis.
Talks will focus on why the food crisis has happened, what it looks like around the world, and changes we can make today towards ending hunger.
The event is free to livestream. Tickets to the live event in Ottawa are $22.23 for general admission or $13.75 for students/seniors, fees included.