Miller Research is working with the Welsh Government to test and gain insights on a newly developed ‘systems map’ for the Welsh food system.
Once finalised, this map will provide a solid foundation for shaping the future of food policy in Wales. Specifically, this map will help to inform the development of the Community Food Strategy in Wales – which aims to encourage the production and supply of locally-sourced food in Wales.
To test the map and support its development, we will be running a series of online workshops covering a range of themes including:
- The commercial food system
- Public health, diet, and socio-economic inequalities
- Food security, the environment and climate change
- Community food systems
Tuesday 23rd & 30th May - 6pm, Active food citizens, volunteers, non-commercial growers
Wednesday 24th May - 10am, Related third sector organisations (environmental stakeholders)
Wednesday 24th May - 2pm, Food-based third sector organisations
Thursday 25th & Wednesday 31st May - 6pm, Farming Unions
Thursday 1st June - 10am, Private sector stakeholders
Thursday 1st June - 2pm, Public sector stakeholders
Wednesday 31st May - 2pm, & Tuesday 6th June - 6pm, Horticulture production stakeholders
If you work in, or are passionate about any of these areas – please send a message registering your interest to join us via firstname.lastname@example.org or click here for more information on taking part.
Workshops are expected to run throughout May and June, and will be capped at a maximum of participants to ensure that everyone in each group can be heard.