Right to food in Italy: from politics to policies

Roberto Sensi, Food Law Finance Student Several food initiatives were carried out during the EXPO2015 semester. Among them, the most interesting concerned ones the construction of the so-called “cultural legacy” of EXPO 2015. The first is the Milan Chart, a not binding document signed by business, civil society and citizens who  “declare their personal responsibility and firmly ask governments and institutions to undertake measures in order … Continue reading Right to food in Italy: from politics to policies

Food : whose responsibility? The individual and society

Carol Choi, Food law and finance student.     Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz (Utah) caused quite the frenzy on social media this past week.  His comments insinuating that some Americans should choose health insurance over buying the new iPhone rightfully incensed people all over Twitter and Facebook.  This is not the first time I’ve heard iPhones used as bait to pin personal irresponsibility, especially in … Continue reading Food : whose responsibility? The individual and society