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Leveraging knowledge-policy interfaces for food systems transformation in the UK: Lessons from civil society

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posted on 2023-12-18, 00:10 authored by Tanya Zerbian, Christopher YapChristopher Yap, Rosalind Sharpe, Christian ReynoldsChristian Reynolds

This report presents the findings of a research project that explored how civil society organisations (CSOs) navigate ‘knowledge-policy interfaces’ to influence food policy in the UK. These interfaces encompass processes, spaces, and structures related to knowledge exchange amongst policy actors, including but not limited to researchers, policymakers, CSOs, and industry.

The report provides insights into CSOs’ approaches, constraints, and roles within these interfaces. It aims to make visible the important and challenging work of CSOs in driving food policy change and share valuable lessons for shaping food policy between sectors.

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Transformations to Regenerative Food Systems

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

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Healthy soil, Healthy food, Healthy people (H3)

Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

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