Urban Social Farming in South Africa - ‘Civil Society Innovation and Urban Inclusion’ #7 by Civil Society Futures and Innovation Podcast published on 2020-10-27T12:17:42Z In this episode, Kurt Ackermann, who co-founded and manages the South African Urban Food and Farming Trust (SAUFFT), tells us how urban farming can help build social cohesion and develop resilience in fragile communities in cities, and how the Trust works with multiple stakeholders to shape new conversations and experimentation around the urban food system in Cape Town. For the Centre’s 2020 Report on ‘Civil Society Innovation and Urban Inclusion’, we’re speaking with inspirational innovators from civil society organisations (CSOs) around the world to hear the stories of their advocacy and programming work to make cities more inclusive. Explore the Centre’s ‘Civil Society Innovation and Urban Inclusion’ report: http://icscentre.org/innovationreport from November 2020. Find out more about SAUFFT at their website: FairFood.org.za and the Food Dialogues at FoodDialogues.info, or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FairFoodSA, and LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/saufftrust/. This podcast is kindly supported by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and its Strong Cities 2030 initiative. Promoting global collaboration and knowledge sharing for sustainable urban development. Find out more about Stronger Cities 2030 at: https://www.kas.de/en/strong-cities-2030.