When: 22nd November 2021 10.30-12.00p.m. BST
Where: Online via Zoom - Register in Advance Here (Free to attend)
Covid 19 has had far reaching consequences with new and ever-increasing challenges facing governments every day. However, the current pandemic has paved the way for a grand societal challenge with, many local communities and charities evolving and responding to the immediate crisis of the pandemic. This webinar provides a platform to discuss and question the new forms of organizing in times of crisis in food and nutritional security for children in India and the UK.
It will explore what are the implications of the pandemic on organisational, managerial and societal processes by addressing the following:
- New forms of organizing in tackling the challenges of food and nutritional security for children focusing on free school meals (UK) and mid-day meals (India).
- Understanding how decision are made in times of crisis and the consequences/challenges of this in new forms of organizations and whether they lead to organizational or societal changes?
- Explore the inter-organizational networks in coordinating responses to address the immediate challenges and how these can be strengthened and supported.
This event is jointly organized by Anglia Ruskin University, Centre for Peace and Development of Banaras Hindu University, Nutrition & Health Study Group of Development Studies Association of Ireland, and Academics Stand Against Poverty- Irish Network.