The aim of the project is to bring relevant stakeholders together including ethnic minority residents, to identify areas in Liverpool’s food system where access to culturally appropriate food could be improved.
Example focus areas that may arise out of these discussions include:
- emergency food provision
- community food provision
- high street provision
- food provided in hospitals and healthcare settings
- food provided in educational setting
Relevant stakeholders will include:
- ethnic minority residents
- community groups that work closely with ethnic minorities
- emergency food providers
- community food providers
- relevant public health practitioners
- representatives from relevant anchor organisations connected with education and hospital food provision
Further aims include:
- Facilitate focus groups with Liverpool city residents on culturally appropriate food in Liverpool
- Identify areas in Liverpool’s food system where access to culturally appropriate food could be improved
- Listening to personal experience accessing culturally appropriate food in Liverpool (emergency food provision, community food provision, high street provision, food provided in hospitals and healthcare settings and food provided in educational setting).
- Look at best-practice from other food alliances
- Formation of a core group and production of creative outputs that can communicate people’s stories and
ideas in a new way
- Create collaborative spaces bringing together a wide range of expertise to identify priorities and implement change
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