Aniek Hebinck is a Jr. Researcher at the Rural Sociology Group of Wageningen University (the Netherlands). Aniek is interested in the construction of sustainable food provisioning practices and the governance of these practices. She is keen on exploring how places in the Global South and North can learn from each other. Her current research focuses on policy making for urban agriculture and the transformative potential of food banks via the EU-project TRANSMANGO. Her research interests include food security, (urban) food governance, and international development.

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There is a growing consensus that many urban challenges can be addressed through policies and programs linked to urban systems of food provisioning. Considering cities are increasingly stepping into the foreground as important actors in the development of resilient urban food systems, there is a pressing need to share the many experiences and …

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