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Do you have an interest in food poverty or advocacy for public health? Get involved in a PHAII Special Interest Group

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Public Health Alliance for the island of Ireland (PHAII)

Subject Keywords: Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Set: Obesity
Type: Report
Region: All-island
Description:

Are you interested in either food poverty or public health advocacy? The Public Health Alliance for the island of Ireland (PHAII) is setting up Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in each of these areas and we want you to join us.

A SIG is a unique way of bringing together individuals interested in a specific area to influence policy, advocate, create awareness and network around a particular issue or area of interest. Each SIG will be set up as a virtual network which means that members can input to meetings via email or telephone calls which reduces the financial implications of travelling to meetings.

Each SIG will develop their own workplan to identify what specific areas they want to address or pursue in the identified topic. This could be to lobby government policy or provide a forum to further investigate a particular issue in relation to the SIG - the workplan will be shaped by the members who join the group.

PHAII has conducted significant work on food poverty and advocacy and we would like you to join us to enhance these areas of work. We would like you to register your interest in joining by sending your details to Helen Gilmore at helen.gilmore@phaii.org and stating which SIG you would like to join by Friday 3rd April 2009.

Date:

19/03/2009

Rights: © Public Health Alliance for the island of Ireland
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Public Health Alliance for the island of Ireland (PHAII). (2009) Do you have an interest in food poverty or advocacy for public health? Get involved in a PHAII Special Interest Group [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/3748 [Accessed: 24th March 2017].

  

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