Ewch i’r prif gynnwys
 Barbora Adlerová

Barbora Adlerová

Myfyriwr ymchwil, Ysgol Cynllunio a Daearyddiaeth

Adeilad Morgannwg, Rhodfa’r Brenin Edward VII, Caerdydd, CF10 3WA

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.


As a sociologist by background I’m interested in the social aspect of sustainable food systems. How do we create just and sustainable food systems in a non-oppressive, inclusive way? In my PhD I’m exploring how new spaces of governance engage and empower 'experts by experience' of food insecurity and as a research assistant I'm looking at how multi-stakeholder, national-scale community food initiatives create change in Welsh food system. 

In 2020 - 2022 I was a PhD representative in RGS-IBG Food Geographies Research Group committee. 

Current projects

  • Resilient Green Spaces: A partnership working to pilot alternative re-localised food systems using communities and their green spaces as the driving force for change across Wales.

  • Accessible Veg: A project exploring the impact of Community Supported Agriculture membership on food insecure families. 

Past projects

  • Food vulnerabilities during Covid 19: facilitation of Participatory Policy Panel. Meting regularly throughout the project (Oct 2020-Dec 2021), the panel used a range of participatory and creative methods to share and reflect on their experiences and contribute these to policy recommendations.

Research outputs 

Barbora Adlerova, Ben Pearson (2021) Building a Community in a Pandemic: Engaging digitally, Creatively and with Care. 

Barbora Adlerova, Ben Pearson, Matt Sowerby, Penny Walters, Charlotte Killeya & Anthony Lobo (2020)  Written Evidence to Life beyond Covid-19’ House of Lords inquiry.


Adlerova, B., Moragues-Faus, A. (upcoming) Fostering food justice in academia and beyond. in Herman, A. & Inwood, J. (ed) Researching Justice: engaging with questions and spaces of (in)justice through social research, Bristol University Press 

Cerrada-Serra, P., Moragues-Faus, A., Zwart, T.A., Adlerova,B., Ortiz-Miranda, D. Avermaete, T. (2018) Exploring the contribution of alternative food networks to food security. A comparative analysis Food Security https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12571-018-0860-x

Moragues-Faus, A., Adlerova, B., and Hausmanova, T. (2016). “Local” Level Analysis of FNS Pathways in the UK. Exploring two case studies: Sustainable Food Cities Network and access to fruit and vegetables in the city. TRANSMANGO: EU http://www.transmango.eu/userfiles/update%2009112016/reports/4%20uk%20report.pdf


Diddordebau ymchwil

Research Interests 

  • Just and socially sustainable food systems

  • Food security governance

  • Participation and voice

  • Feminist Participatory Action Research


I am Associate Fellow of Advanced HE and I have taught on a variety of Human Geography courses including study skills, research methods and food geographies. 



Dr Andrew Williams

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, PhD Admissions Tutor

Agatha Herman

Dr Agatha Herman

Senior Lecturer


Dr Julian Brigstocke

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography