Food Thinkers – What are the research gaps that need to be filled to help public-private action be more effective in promoting nutrition?

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Food Thinkers – What are the research gaps that need to be filled to help public-private action be more effective in promoting nutrition?

June 27 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

What are the research gaps that need to be filled to help public-private action be more effective in promoting nutrition?

With guest speaker:

Lawrence Haddad,
Executive Director, Global Alliance for Improving Nutrition (GAIN)

Taking place on Wednesday 27 June at the slightly earlier time of 4.30pm

B200, University Building, City, University of London

Many food system stakeholders from public and private sectors think that they should be doing more and better work together to make the food system deliver more affordable and available nutritious food for all.

What are the knowledge and evidence gaps that are holding us back from doing this and are they researchable?

This presentation will explore potential areas where more and better public-private engagements can advance nutrition, ask what is holding back these engagements and what research can do to inform and facilitate them and make them more likely to deliver.

Questions and discussion will then be opened to the audience.

The seminar is free to attend, tickets are allocated on a first come first served basis so please do register here to secure your space. Please also feel free to forward this invitation onto colleagues.

Venue

Centre for Food Policy
City, University of London. Northampton Square
London, Select state... EC1V 0HB United Kingdom
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Website:
https://www.city.ac.uk/arts-social-sciences/sociology/centre-for-food-policy

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