Cities around the world are increasingly recognising the role of good food policy in everything from citizen’s wellbeing and environmental protection, to tourism and job creation – and Dunedin’s moving on that too.
Good Food Dunedin Coordinator Ruth Zeinert, supported by former city councillor Jinty MacTavish, will discuss international trends in local food policy, the origins of Dunedin’s Good Food project and alliance, and next steps for the project.
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Registrations close 9am Monday 17 July 2017
Come and hear party candidates debate their policies on major public health issues facing New Zealand. Linda Clark will chair the event, which is hosted by the Wellington Branch of the Public Health Association.
Drinks and snacks available from 5pm. Debate starts at 5:30pm. Entry by koha.
The event will be webcast live for those outside Wellington.
This year's Policy Forum is a chance to hear about policy–making in action, listen to a number of engaging speakers, find out what your policy Committee has been to up and meet interesting people (and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea).
We will have a local guest speaker (to be announced) talking to us about one of the hot public health issues of the year: public health and water.
This is also an opportunity to review final draft policy statements and to suggest policy issues you want brought to attention. Join us for a great afternoon.
All welcome, including non-PHA members.
Keep watching PolicySpot, the Bulletin and our social media for updates on this, and email Libby at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries and to RSVP for catering purposes.
Join us in Ōtautahi Christchurch for the 2017 Public Health Association of New Zealand Conference to explore the connections and values of public health. The focus is on place and environments, people and communities, knowledge and wellbeing, as we work to continue building a healthier, stronger, connected Aotearoa New Zealand.
Connections with place & environments - toitū te whenua
Connections with people & communities - toitū te tāngata
Connections for knowledge - toitū te māramatanga
Connections for wellbeing - toitū te ora
Visit the conference website at www.pha.org.nz/conference.
Submit your abstract today. Abstracts close Tuesday 2 May 2017.
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