A report of the annual networking conference held on 11 October 2007 at Murrayfield Conference Centre, Edinburgh
Topic: independent living skills
Edition 5 of our regular e-bulletin update on developments in food, health and homelessness in Scotland.
This guide discusses the experiences of 21 organisations throughout Scotland who work with a range of vulnerable groups. All these groups used food activities such as cooking, food shopping and budgeting to help people develop their independent living skills
Glasgow Centre for Population Health; SCOFF; Fife Community Food Project; the Hidden Gardens; community food initiatives in Edinburgh; schools cookery challenge; Bridge Centre Motorcycle Project; Healthy Start
Edition 4 of our regular e-bulletin update on developments in food, health and homelessness in Scotland
The use of food in promoting health, wellbeing and the development of independent living skills for people experiencing homelessness
Roundtable discussion notes.
FSA signpost labelling; independent living skills; food, health and homelessness; size discrimination; Aberdeen Foyer; Drumchapel Life; Tullochan Trust; Shotts Healthy Living Centre.
In September 2006, the Food, Health and Homelessness Initiative at CFHS commissioned Blake Stevenson to undertake a baseline study to map the nature, scope/scale and location of food, health and homeless projects, programmes and initiatives in Scotland. Includes Edinburgh Cyrenians and the Salvation Army.
First edition of our regular e-bulletin update on developments in food, health and homelessness in Scotland.