The CFHS annual networking conference took place at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow on Wednesday 7 November. On the right track? brought together everyone who has a role or interest in community food and health activity that addresses health inequalities in Scotland. The conference focused on practical examples of how national policies around food and health are being delivered at local level and how food activity is supporting the wider impacts on communities that are experiencing the effects of food poverty
The conference programme featured three separate parts: a conversation kicked off by Dr. Deirdre O’Connor, School of Agriculture and Food Science, University College Dublin to speak about ‘rights based approaches to addressing food poverty’ to stimulate, encourage and discussion views on food access and food poverty; a workshop programme offering eight workshops for learning and sharing practice, skills and knowledge; and a networking session in the afternoon.
There are links below to the presentation, report on the table discussions, and notes from six of the eight workshop sessions.