How can we think through intervening in complex systemic problems?

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Herbertson Room, School of Geography, South Parks Road OX1 3QY

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This is a workshop linked to IFSTAL's Unit 2 on Systems Thinking. We will look to explore how we can analyse and collaborate on food system interventions.

Dr Kremlin Wickramasinghe (Nuffield Department of Public Health, Oxford) will start the workshop with a short talk on ‘Interventions through multi-secotral approaches for nutrition promotion’. This draws on experiences from a large World Bank funded programme looking to integrate nutrition promotion and rural development in Sri Lanka.

A soft systems method for analysing interventions will then be used and examined.

You don't have to have completed Unit 2 of IFSTAL but it will help to have taken a look. You can sign up to IFSTAL through weblearn (search for IFSTAL in 'find sites by title')

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Herbertson Room, School of Geography, South Parks Road OX1 3QY

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Organiser Rebecca White

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Rebecca White - Education Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Food Systems Teaching and Learning programme (www.ifstal.ac.uk) rebecca.white@ouce.ox.ac.uk or ifstal-oxford@eci.ox.ac.uk


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