Below are networks and initiatives with which there is a regular exchange of knowledge.
This initiative is focused on getting the whole city of Bristol involved in improving the food system – for people and for the planet. The website is packed full of local initiatives, blogs and updates on future-orientated initiatives.
Bristol Researchers’ Food Justice Network
This network is a place for researchers based in Bristol to collaborate, and share ideas and findings about cutting edge food systems research and policy.
Cabot Institute for the Environment
This research institute connects research on the environment across the University of Bristol. This project is associated with the Food Security theme of the Institute.
Eating Research is the personal blog of Dr Lydia Medland, the Principal Investigator of Working for 5 a day. It also contains all her comment pieces written since 2016 for related blogs and online magazines such as the MMB blog and the Futures of Work online magazine.
Feeding Bristol is an organisation that promotes food justice in Bristol and Beyond. They also host Food Justice Fortnight every June.
Migration Mobilities Bristol
Migration Mobilities Bristol (MMB) is a Specialist Research Institute at the University of Bristol. It expands and challenges understandings of migration by making connections between different types of mobilities, such as the mobility of capital, things and ideas, as well as the mobility of people.