Plymouth Food Equality Project is talking to people and communities in Plymouth about food
We are running participatory workshops across Plymouth to find out about local and individual experiences of food in Plymouth so that relevant solutions can be found.
Sitting within Food Plymouth Healthy Food for All and Good Food Movement SFP strands, The Food Equality Project seeks to ensure diverse voices and experiences are included in future and strategic planning for food for Plymouth.
Participatory Workshops and Creative Approaches
Since 2019 the Plymouth Food Equality has been running creative and interactive workshops for various groups across Plymouth: Stonehouse, Barne Barton, North Prospect and Plymouth Youth Parliament. We are currently working in partnership with Fotonow CIC to deliver online creative and digital skills workshops to young people at Barnardos and LiveWest.
We have had conversations about the affordability of food, the quality of food, free school meals, emergency food provision. Using creative approaches such as collage, zining, photography and audio recordings we have captured these conversations to share more widely.