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Project dates: 2017 – 2018

Key People: 

Professor Tania Lewis (RMIT/DERC), Dr Cecily Maller (RMIT), Drs Nick Rose and Kelly Donati (William Angliss Institute/Sustain), Ms Pieta Bucello (Cardinia Shire Council), Ms Tanya Massy (Sustain), Dr Lucas Gaspard (RMIT/DERC)

Background

Located in Melbourne’s growing South-Eastern fringes, Cardinia Shire faces major challenges to the health and wellbeing of residents, including obesity levels one-third higher than the Victorian average and Melbourne’s lowest levels of digital inclusion.

Bringing together researchers from Sustain: the Australian Food Network, William Angliss Institute and RMITs Digital Ethnography Research Centre, this project aims to raise levels of healthy food systems literacy amongst the community and to translate that into changing behaviours. The project will pilot innovative approaches to translating food systems literacy into community-led change and will result in an ARC Linkage Application in 2018 with Australian and international partners.

Supported Decision-Making Project

Supported Decision-Making Project

Food systems literacy for flourishing communities: <br>Taking action on obesity and wellbeing<br/>

Food systems literacy for flourishing communities:
Taking action on obesity and wellbeing

Heavier Than Air

Heavier Than Air

Digital art for rehabilitation: <br>from the hospital to the community<br/>

Digital art for rehabilitation:
from the hospital to the community

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