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 programme featured three separate parts: a discussion kicked off by Dr. Deirdre »
Conferences and networking
Report from the event held on 6 June 2012 at Discovery Point in Dundee.
The January networking meeting reviewed the recent CFHS funded learning opportunities and looked at priorities for support in 2012 – 2013.
This fact sheet shares information and experiences on developing networks.
The CFHS annual networking conference, in October 2009, was an opportunity to engage with those working in food and health across Scotland. In particular, CFHS explored the impact of the current economic climate upon food and health activities in vulnerable communities across Scotland. This report shares the findings of this work.
The CFHS networking conference took place in October 2009 and focused on community initiatives that are developing and sustaining food and health activities that address food access and health inequalities across Scotland. This publication highlights key points from the conference workshops
A workshop-based conference discussing the latest developments in food and health activities relating to policy and practice in Scotland
In September 2008 we ran two tours to organisations in Aberdeen and Edinburgh delivering services for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and operating as social enterprise.
A report of the annual networking conference held on 11 October 2007 at Murrayfield Conference Centre, Edinburgh
The reflections of Scottish participants of the conference ‘Supply, Standards and Strategy; an international conference examining how to make public sector food and its supply systems more sustainable’ which took place in London on 15th February 2007.