Tom Ysewijn is a policy officer at Oxfam.

He writes about sustainable consumption, agriculture, transition and (fair) trade. Tom is a comparative cultural scientist and has a master's degree in Conflict and Development Studies. As a stray journalist he studies the spatial aspects of power. This summer he will travel by bike from Brussels to Lisbon to report from the outlying areas.

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Tom Ysewijn
sustainable consumption, agriculture, transition and (fair) trade

Supported projects

Voices from empty Europe.

  • Migration
  • Agriculture

BOURBON-LANCY - On the 1st of August Tom Ysewijn leaves Ghent with his bicycle to Lisbon. His route runs along the "outlying areas", places in the countryside in France, Spain and Portugal that are becoming more and more depopulated. During this tour, which can be followed via MO*, he goes in search of the voice of the countryside.