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Centre for Food Policy Highlights of 2019

This report outlines the 2019 activities of the Centre for Food Policy at City, University of London. 

The report covers:

  • Education
  • The Centre’s MSc in Food Policy
  • Short Continuing Professional Development courses developed during 2019
  • Details of what MSc alumni have done since finishing the course
  • Research, including health and sustainability in South African food systems, UK food governance and the disconnection between agriculture and health.
  • Publications
  • Impacts, including work on London’s Child Obesity Taskforce and the EAT-Lancet Commission.
  • Events: the 2019 City Food Symposium

Read the full report, Centre for Food Policy Highlights of 2019, here (PDF link). See also the Foodsource building block What is malnutrition?

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