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Coming out of Covid

27 May 2021 10:00 12:00

Approaches to re-energise and re-motivate food partnerships as the COVID lockdown is lifted

Photo by Gaurang Alat on Unsplash

Photo by Gaurang Alat on Unsplash

This webinar is run by Sustainable Food Places and targeted for people who are a part of food partnerships.

This workshop will explore ways in which food partnerships can begin to rebuild momentum and re-focus activities towards delivery of their vision, aims and outcomes. The workshop will demonstrate an approach, already used in Sustainable Food Places, by facilitating a structured session with participants and sharing perspectives.

The session will consider the following questions:

  • Coming out of Covid, where is the energy/focus in your food sector?

  • How does this energy/focus, both in terms of initiatives and ways of working, reflect and contribute to delivery of your vision, aims, and outcomes?

  • In what way do your vision, aims and outcomes need to change to respond to the impact of Covid?

  • What is needed to re-energise and motivate your core team?

  • What else would help to re-mobilise your local food movement?

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Published 27 May 2021

Sustainable Food Places: The Sustainable Food Places Network helps people and places share challenges, explore practical solutions and develop best practice on key food issues, so if you are working to drive positive food change or are interested in developing a programme, please do get in touch.

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