These short papers tackle important Brexit-related policy issues from the point of view of someone with close knowledge of the topic, either from an academic or a campaigning perspective.
Each sets out a policy problem, as understood by the author, describes why it is important, outlines the policy ‘asks’ the organisation or individual is advocating, explains how and why these would work, and indicates which policy areas or government departments would need to act to achieve them. The aim is to illustrate the different perspectives that need to be brought together to achieve integrated policy.
FRC members are warmly invited to contribute to the Food Brexit Policy Perspectives series, or suggest topics that they would like to see covered: contact project leader Rosalind Sharpe firstname.lastname@example.org.
The FRC also produces a series of Food Brexit Briefings and Food Brexit Discussion Papers as part of our Workstream on Influencing Brexit to achieve food system sustainability.