Understanding food insecurity in Scotland: using evidence for policy and practice change

The latest seminar on measuring food insecurity, co-organised with A Menu for Change, took place in Glasgow at the beginning of October.

National and international presentations, including a look at the first data from the new food insecurity questions in the Scottish Health Survey, an update on A Menu for Change and a fascinating insight from Canada, are all available below as well as a report on the day.

Why measure food insecurity? Valerie Tarasuk, University of Toronto
Food insecurity in Scotland: insights from the Scottish Health Survey –  Dr Catriona Rooke, Scottish Government
Using research for policy and practice change – Mary Anne Macleod, A Menu for Change 

Understanding food insecurity in Scotland – seminar report

 

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