A Belfast wide consultation event took place on Thursday 22 October to develop a city wide action plan to tackle food poverty. ‘Enough is Enough – Building Belfast’s response to food poverty’ followed on from the Enough is Enough Conference which took place in March 2015 where the findings from a scoping study to establish a baseline for food poverty related activities in Belfast were published.
Access the audio from the presentations given below. For further information on Enough is Enough or the Belfast Food Network please contact Kerry Melville - firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by Cllr Julie-Anne Corr Johnston, Belfast City Council
Enough is Enough Overview - Dr Elizabeth Mitchell, Belfast Food Network - Access slides here
John Corey, Human Rights Commission - Access slides here
Presentation - PPR survey findings
Access a number of PPR videos shown at the event
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