CFHS annual networking conference 2014

CFHS welcomed nearly 200 people to our annual networking conference on 29  October in Glasgow this year. Thanks to all who attended, and whose contributions made it such a great day.

With a full programme of lively table discussions, inspiring speakers and presenters, and much networking, the event was captured by a photographer and graphic facilitator and some of these these images are now available, along with the presentations from the plenary and breakout sessions.

Morning speakers
Food poverty now: how can we get to a more just food society?  Prof Liz Dowler
An appetite for life: encouraging eating as we age: Michelle McCrindle and Richard Lyall
The work of North Glasgow Community Food Initiative:  Greig Sandilands

Breakout sessions
Evaluation: Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus
Social media:  CHEX
BME community work: Scotia Clubhouse
BME community work: REACH community health project
Engagement and partnership working in a rural setting: Pointers
Community cafes: healthyliving award
Community cafes: CFHS 
Engagement and partnership working in a rural setting: NHS Borders
Engagement and partnership working with vulnerable groups: Cyrenians
Engagement and partnership working with vulnerable groups: Brothers of Charity Services
Health inequalities and food poverty:  Flora Douglas
Health inequalities and food poverty: Karolina Gombert
Community growing: FCFCG

Afternoon speaker
Scottish Government Eat Better Feel Better campaign: Susan Solomon

Images
Graphics: Graham Ogilvie
Graphic calendar: Graham Ogilvie
Photographs: Kenny Smith

A write up from the event will be available early next year.

We look forward to seeing you in 2015.

 

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