• The University Food Policy Collaborative of New York City Presents Food Security Governance: Empowering communities, regulating corporations   A panel … [Read more...]

    Food Security Governance: Empowering communities, regulating corporations
  • Food Policy for Breakfast: Eric Holt-Giménez: Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy, Putting the Public Back in Food Part of our Spring 2015 … [Read more...]

    Food Policy for Breakfast: Eric Holt-Gimenez: Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy, Putting the Public Back in Food
  • Growing the Public Sector in Food: A Strategy to Promote Health and Equity On January 28, Center Director Nick Freudenberg presented at the Annual New Partners … [Read more...]

    Growing the Public Sector in Food: A Strategy to Promote Health and Equity
  • Food Policy for Breakfast: Race, Racism and Food Justice: Advancing a More Equitable Food System in New York City Part of our Spring 2015 Food Policy for … [Read more...]

    Food Policy for Breakfast: Race, Racism and Food Justice: Advancing a More Equitable Food System in New York City
  • Themes, Trends and Ideas to Emerge from UPENN’s “The Last Food Mile” Conference, December 8-9, 2014 On December 8-9, 2014, the University of Pennsylvania’s … [Read more...]

    Themes, Trends and Ideas to Emerge from UPENN’s “The Last Food Mile” Conference, December 8-9, 2014

News & Events

Director of Community Projects Diana Johnson tables at Harlem Children's Zone's winter health fair in January

Center News – February 2015>>

Center News - February 2015 A new year, a new semester. We are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Nevin Cohen as Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management at the CUNY School of Public Health. His current research examines the potential for cities to transform the food system … [Read More...]

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East Harlem Community Based Organizations Join Hunter College to Improve Local Food Environments>>

East Harlem Community Based Organizations Join Hunter College to Improve Local Food Environments NEW YORK, N.Y. - (February 3, 2015) The New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College, the CUNY School of Public Health and 10 East Harlem community organizations have partnered to offer an … [Read More...]

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