We’re looking for a Project Partner!

Good Food Plan: Culturally Appropriate Food 

Project Background

We want to live in a city where everyone can eat good food. During the first Phase of Liverpool’s Good Food Plan we asked residents, organisations and charities ‘what does Good Food mean to you?’

What Does Good Food Mean to you?

We heard that it was important that good food was culturally appropriate, but feel further listening work is needed with a variety of stakeholders to understand where action should be targeted as we work towards the vision of being a city where everyone can eat good food.

The aim of this 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 and food provided in educational setting.

Relevant stakeholders will include: ethnic minority residents, community groups that work closely with ethnic minorities including emergency food providers and community food providers, relevant public health practitioners and representatives from relevant anchor organisations connected with education and hospital food provision.

Feeding Liverpool are looking to partner with an organisation or consultant / self-employed individual to support this work.

Expression of Interest

This project brief is suitable for a self-employed individual or an organisation with appropriate existing staff capacity to deliver this piece of work. 

Application is via a written expression of interest sent to Dr Naomi Maynard on [email protected] by 5pm on Friday 10th June.

Expressions of interest should include:

  • Relevant skills and experience and track record of similar project delivery including details of any previous experience in designing and of facilitating workshops / focus groups.
  • An outline of how you would go about this project with a suggested timeline
  • Proposed project budget
  • An outline of who would be involved with this project and in what capacity, along with a short biography of key individuals.
  • Details of a partner organisation you have worked with before or client to contact for a reference

Please attach to this expression of interest examples of your written work on similar projects. 

The most suitable potential partner will be invited to have a short further conversation in mid-June.  

For any questions about the specifics of the project contact Dr Naomi Maynard on [email protected]  to arrange an informal conversation before the deadline.

View the full project brief here. 

 

Thank you for being interested in working with Feeding Liverpool.

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