Monday 25 September, 9am-4pm, IUPUI
Professional Development Workshop for Food Councils
$75 includes registration, lunch, parking and materials
Mark Winne is a Senior Advisor to the Center for a Livable Future at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health and professional speaker, trainer and writer on community food systems, food policy and food security. Mark will lead our workshop for food councils where participants can expect to consider their role in the community food system, explore a comprehensive food planning framework and learn about the mixture of policy and programming for food councils. We will also discuss what a supportive statewide food policy framework would look like for Indiana. Read more about this workshop here.
Who Should Attend: Food Council members, elected officials, organizations supporting food councils, developing councils
9:00 – Welcome, introductions, presentation of the day’s goals and the agenda
9:15 – Presentation designed to provide some background and “state of the art” of food policy councils: representatives from local FPCs will provide short updates on their work.
9:45 – The False Dichotomy: A discussion of the relationship between food policies and food programs and projects: presentation designed to illustrate the relationships; participants will work in small groups to tease out the way that programs morph into policies and how policies morph into programs
10:45 – Break
11:00 – Presentation of the Vision, Assessment, Planning, Engagement, Implementation, and Evaluation Model. We will work through the components of the model playing special attention to community engagement and how planning and implementation require interaction with government. Small groups will develop a brief community engagement plan.
12:00 – Lunch
1:00 – Completion and practice with the Planning Model: Moving the process along; where are people feeling they need additional detail:
2:00 – Policy Selection Criteria and Power Mapping: How to select and advocate for policy initiatives. Presentation and small group work.
3:00 – Break
3:15 – Looking ahead: Identifying mutual needs and support options for local FPCs; Identifying a common food policy agenda – how do we integrate that into our local work.
3:50 – Wrap up
4:00 – Adjourn