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#FoodActive2019 welcomes 100 delegates and speakers to ‘Healthy Weight in all Policies: Two Years On’

Food Active are welcoming 100 delegates and speakers to Central Manchester today for our annual conference, to discuss how healthy weight can be considered across all organisations and departments The conference, titled ‘Healthy Weight in all Policies: Two Years On’, will be held

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NEW: Healthy Weight Declaration Impact and Influence Case Study Report

Food Active are delighted to present our new report, ‘Healthy Weight Declaration: Impact and Influence Case Study Report’ which provides insight into the impact and influence the Declaration has had within different councils, each with their own political structures, priorities,

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Pendle becomes the 20th council to sign up to the Local Government Declaration on Healthy Weight

We are pleased to announce that Pendle Council have adopted the Local Government Declaration on Healthy Weight, bringing the number of local authority adoptees up to 20.  Pendle Council have become the 20th local council to adopt the Local Government

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Blog: The role of system leadership in tackling the obesity crisis

Ahead of the #FoodActive2019 conference ‘Healthy Weight in all Policies: Two Years On’ on Tuesday 12th November, we hear from Lead Director for Public Health at Food Active, Matthew Ashton to discuss one of the key themes of the conference

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Food Active Bulletin: October

Keep up to date with the latest news by subscribing to our monthly bulletins! This month’s highlights include: #FoodActive2019 Conference – less than 2 weeks to go! Check out our fantastic line up of speakers and final conference programme Devon

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Blog: The Story Behind the Local Government Declaration on Healthy Weight

To mark 2 weeks until the #FoodActive2019 conference, bringing together 100 delegates to discuss the importance of promoting healthy weight across all policies, we hear from our Director of Research, Robin Ireland to reflect back on the origins of the

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Food Active evidence submission to the Health and Social Care Select Committee Follow Up Inquiry on Childhood Obesity

Food Active’s evidence to the Health and Social Care Committee Childhood Obesity Inquiry has been published. Earlier this month, The Health and Social Care Committee followed up on its inquiry (Childhood obesity: Time for action), and its predecessor’s work (Childhood

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Guest Blog: Why our school streets are a health issue

In our latest guest blog, we hear from Director of Sustrans in the North of England, Rosslyn Colderly to find out more about their recent ‘Bike to School Week’ initiative to encourage more children to get moving on the school

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New Bite Back 2030 campaign launches

Bite Back 2030, an exciting new campaign launched today, is helping bring about a social movement of young people who want to redesign the food system. Across all platforms, from TV, to social media to bus stops, children and young

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Prevention Green Paper Consultation: Food Active response

Food Active has submitted it’s response to the Prevention Green Paper consultation, calling on further action on breastfeeding, early years and adopting a healthy weight in all policies approach to help address the nation’s issues of overweight and obesity We

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