Building: BL07 P.A. Munchs hus Floor: 1 Room: PAM SEM3
While policy-making is an inherently political practice, formal and informal governance arrangements that coordinate contemporary policy debates and policy-making are often organised in ways that have de-politicising effects. This session will contribute to calls for new modes of researching and producing policies capable of challenging the dominant neoliberal frame. We aim at understanding the diverse ways in which politics are inserted or hidden in agri-food policy spaces, by exploring debates and controversies, their interconnections at various scales of governance, and their (dis)connection to policy-making.