Good Food Community Advocacy and Policy Group
This group is a fast, responsive, agile working group focused on translating what is happening on the ground into policy asks, developing Good Food Plan policy work and working on public facing responses to media and current situations. The group will meet via a combination of face-to-face and online meetings four times per year, with tasks in between.
Examples of work
A submission to the APPG on Ending the need for Foodbanks from Liverpool’s Good Food Community Advocacy and Policy Group
This document addresses three of the ‘learning from best practice’ questions asked in the submission to the All-Party Parliamentary Group inquiry into ending the need for foodbanks. View the three submissions here.