Edition 5 of our regular e-bulletin update on developments in food, health and homelessness in Scotland.
Topic: participatory appraisal
Fruitful Participation; Stakeholders Perspectives on the Diet Action Plan Review; Shetland visit; food, health and homelessness; SCOFF; East Lothian Roots and Fruits celebrate 10 years
This publication gives a snapshot of how getting people involved in decision-making around food and health issues can be enjoyable, democratic, empower those involved and make a difference.
An evaluation of a project using participatory appraisal methods to explore the opportunities for increasing healthy eating choices in the Dysart regeneration area in Fife.
Name change; national policy; Scottish Diet Action Plan Review; SCOFF research article; Leithland Food Festival; Fruits and Roots; Strathmore and the Glens; Bridges conference; PA training; diary
Using a range of visual tools the group engaged with a wide range of people in Wallyford to determine what is important to them about local food access.
Report of the initial training course on participatory appraisal organised by the Scottish Community Diet Project which describes the planning, delivery and lessons learned from this five-day residential
The report of the SCDP’s networking conference held on 3 November 2005 at the Quality Hotel, by Central Station, Glasgow.
A short report on the outcomes of an energiser day which followed on from the second Partcipatory Appraisal training course.
Free School Meals Bill; small grants scheme 2005; study tour to Wales; SCOFF nutrition research; Bridgend Farm; Harvest for Health; Orkney Association of Youth Clubs; Confidence to Cook; Question Time; Food Train; Healthy Scotland Convention