This research was conducted a by a group of community participant researchers exploring the experience of food security and insecurity and how this was reflected in the choices and attitudes of individuals in their community. It was funded by The work is an ideographic study that applies the principles of Participant Action Research (PAR) and …
The CFHS networking conference took place in October 2009 and focused on community initiatives that are developing and sustaining food and health activities that address food access and health inequalities across Scotland. This publication highlights key points from the conference workshops
Local voices; Going Forth; Healthy ‘n’ Happy; Broomhouse; The Food Train; Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus.
National Food Policy; Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus; annual networking conference; Men and the Obesity Epidemic;Healthy Valleys; Kersiebank Community Project
Breakfast clubs; men’s health; SCOFF nutrition research; Rich Pickings; East Lothian Roots and Fruits; Health on Wheels; UK Food Poverty Project; European Food Safety Authority; information exchange.