Food Integrity 2020 is postponed

We have made the difficult decision, after careful consideration and the recent escalation of events related to the Coronavirus outbreak, to postpone Food Integrity, originally scheduled for 18-19 March in London, United Kingdom.

This decision has not been taken lightly, but in the current circumstances, we feel that this is the only possible course of action to ensure the safety of all our stakeholders.

We appreciate your understanding in these unprecedented times and we will soon confirm a suitable alternative date in the autumn.

Please contact us with any questions you may have.


Developing risk communication using social science methods

Using a scenario based approach, this interactive workshop will explore ways of framing and delivering effective risk information to the public, nationally and internationally. Employing group work, role taking and other social science methods, it will be facilitated by researchers from the Institute for Global Food Security, Queen’s University Belfast and aimed at individuals from Industry, Academia and Regulation.

Presented by

  • Prof. Chris Elliott, Professor of Food Safety, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Prof. Moira Dean, Professor in Consumer Psychology and Food Security, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Ciara Sarsfield, Project Manager, Queen’s University Belfast

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