The Nourished Child project took a lived experience approach to understanding how systems interacted in the lives of women to shape their and their children’s quality of diet. Central to the project was the development of a range of creative dissemination tools to engage policy makers, and increase community agency.
In this presentation Jane Battersby reflects on the process, politics, and outcomes of the project, and the potential of projects of this kind to affect long term transformative change.
Ahead of the presentation, you can also view the Nourished Child exhibition in the foyer of the Environmental and Geographical Sciences Building.
WHEN | Monday, 15 May 2023
TIME | 13:00-14:00
VENUE |Studio 3, Environmental and Geographical Sciences Building, Upper Campus, UCT