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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

Participatory research is an increasingly popular way to co-produce solutions to the numerous challenges faced by our food system. However, defining the goals of co-production is complex and can involve stake-holders with very different ideas of what a desirable outcome might be.

In a blog for Table, GFS IRC member and IfM Research Associate, Dr Soujanya Mantravadi (she/her) and Hannah Gardiner (they/them) community activist and PhD researcher at the University of Plymouth, collaborated to explore those differences for community-industry collaboration and highlight some key practices for working across disciplines.

Read their blog here.

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