Networking meeting for organisations working to strengthen food work across minority ethnic communities

CFHS held a national networking meeting for organisations working to strengthen food work across minority ethnic communities on Friday 15 March in Glasgow.

Tanveer Parnez and Emilia Petka from  BEMIS provided a presentation on the findings of the study into community and voluntary organisations working on maternal and infant nutrition. Natalie Ouriachi spoke about developing the case study on North Glasgow Community Food Initiative’s work with asylum seekers and refugees and Florence Dioka from Central and West Integration Network in Glasgow spoke about the case study that is being written about its Staywell project working with older people from four different minority ethnic communities. 

Full notes from the meeting are now available.

Notes from previous meetings are also available.

Notes from Edinburgh meeting [PDF, 107kb] (August 2011)
Notes from Glasgow meeting [PDF, 106kb] (August 2011)
Notes from Glasgow meeting (PDF 58 kb) (January 2012)

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