Over the course of the project, we will aim to deliver a networking event in each of the following regions: the Highlands and Islands; North East Scotland; Mid-Scotland and Fife; Lothian; Central Scotland; Glasgow; West Scotland; and South Scotland.
These networking events will provide opportunities to share project learning and encourage others to engage in practice development within their organisations and communities. In addition, they will support stakeholders to:
- Share learning, experience, and good practice on prevention and dignified responses across stakeholder groups;
- Develop sectoral and cross-sectoral partnerships and collaborative working;
- Become better informed on the nature, scale and impact of food insecurity;
- Increase understanding of policy issues (identified in the feasibility study) relating to food insecurity.
The impact of Universal Credit on food insecurity in Stirling: challenges and solutions
10.30am – 2.30pm, Tuesday 24th April, Lesser Hall, Albert Halls, 1 Albert Place, Dumbarton Road, Stirling, FK8 2QL
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