The Food Research Collaboration brings together academics and members of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to collectively improve UK food policy.
As a member of the cross-disciplinary and cross-sectoral FRC membership network, you will be part of an evidence informed voice of academics and CSOs working to improve UK food policy. You may also be called to share your ideas, research and experience, as well as actively contribute to FRC events or publications.
Membership is free. We welcome applications from:
- Academics with a current or past academic role, who are conducting research on food issues in the UK
- People who work on UK food issues for Civil Society Organisations, i.e. non-governmental organisations which operate in the public interest and do not distribute profits to private shareholders
To be an FRC member you must also share the FRC mission of advancing integrated and inclusive food policy in the UK.