Fun, Food and Folk - A study on Dignified Food Provision By Centrestage
Centrestage is the the focus of a research study carried out by What Works Scotland via commission by the Scottish Government.
The research paper entitled 'Fun, Food and Folk - A study on Dignified Food Provision By Centrestage' was launched in Edinburgh in early January to an audience of Centrestage stakeholders, the Scottish Government and social equality campaigners.
The paper focuses on the unique approach of Centrestage to food provision, community development and engagement.
The research was carried out by Dr Oliver Escobar and Briege Nugent from What Works Scotland and focused on projects carried out by Centrestage in communities in North Ayrshire & East Ayrshire.
The report will see a national as well as international audience for the work of Centrestage due to it's progressive, inclusive and always positive approach.
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