Food Justice Fortnight, which takes place 24th June to 6th July, is an opportunity to raise awareness of food-related issues that communities are facing, as well as highlight the amazing work going on to champion Food Justice in Bristol. It takes place each year before the summer, and involves a range of activities, discussions, and shared meals hosted by Feeding Bristol and community partners.

The Bristol SDG Alliance, a diverse group of stakeholders from across the city, meet regularly to advocate for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their localisation in Bristol. Each meeting focuses on a specific theme, with the last one being focused on sharing challenges and opportunities with the Bristol COP28 delegation.

The next alliance meeting which will be taking place this July as part of the Food Justice Fortnight programme, will be hosted in partnership with Feeding Bristol. It will bring together the private sector, food organisations and VCSE sector to think about individual challenges in relation to food and get attendees to reflect on current knowledge and engagement with food and opportunities for action. A workshop will support attendees to encourage them to use their voice within their organisation and identify specific outputs and actions they can take back to their organisations.

To find out more and join this event, follow the SDG Alliance Bristol on LinkedIn or email