Community Food Practices’ Impact on Health Inequalities, 7 May, 12 – 4 p.m. University of Strathclyde

Part of Strathclyde University’s Engage Week, this event is aimed at social enterprises interested in food as a means of tackling health inequalities and policy makers in the field of social enterprise, community food policy or health inequality. It will look at: sharing learning; building a food, social enterprise and health research agenda; and, developing sector-informed research.

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