The Universities of Oxford, Reading and Warwick will be livestreaming the IFSTAL annual public lecture, Collaboration for Impact, which takes place at SOAS, London on 6 December 2018. This year, Judith Batchelar OBE will share how people and organisations in the food and drink system are innovating, collaborating and meeting some of the big challenges.
If you can’t attend, there’s no need to miss out as our partner institutions at Oxford, Reading and Warwick will be livestreaming the London talk. Both the live lecture and the regional events are free of charge and open to everyone – you don’t have to be registered with IFSTAL to come along but, as places are limited, you need to book your place. At each location, specially invited guests will reflect on the themes, followed by a festive drinks reception where you can network with fellow food systems enthusiasts.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear insights from Judith Batchelar, a member of the government’s Food and Drink Sector Council, with more than 35 years’ experience in the industry. Find out more about the public lecture here.
- At Oxford, Dr Brian Cook from the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences will join the event as a discussant to reflect on Judith’s talk.
- Click here for more details and to book the Oxford livestream event