The event takes place in Edinburgh on Tuesday 5 June 2018 and Miriam's presentation is entitled 'Child food insecurity around the globe'.
Title: FOOD FOR THOUGHT IN MALAWI
Venue: Lecture Theatre F21, 7 George Square, Psychology Building, Edinburgh
Date: Tuesday, June 5th
Chair: Sergio Della Sala, Human Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychology, University of Edinburgh
Peter Mathieson, Principal; University of Edinburgh – ‘Welcome and opening’
Miriam Brazzelli, Health Services Research Unit; University of Aberdeen -‘Child food insecurity around the globe’
Rita Milesi; founder and manager of MamaLita School - ‘MamaLita: quality education in Malawi’
Corinne Reid, Clinical Psychology; University of Edinburgh - 'It takes a (global) village: Scottish researchers and MamaLita School supporting the children of rural Malawi'
Key-note address - Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow; founder and Chief Executive of Mary's Meals -‘Mary’s Meals - a simple solution to World Hunger’
Dorothy Miell, Head of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; University of Edinburgh –‘Conclusions’
The event is sponsored by The University of Edinburgh, The Italian Institute of Culture, and the charity MamaLita SCIO.
It is addressed to the general public.
A light reception, held in the Concourse of 7 George Square, will follow the event. You will be invited to taste a revisited version of the food that Mary’s Meals provides to the kids at MamaLita. Malawian music will enliven the reception.