The Children's Food Campaign is excited to announce that the Parents’ Jury is now live www.parentsjury.net
Thanks to a donation from the Food Commission to build on its legacy in this area, they have been able to get this initiative up-and-running. The first
phase is recruiting Jury members … and that’s where they would especially value your help.
They want to recruit a broad mix of parents, from different backgrounds and areas, and with a range of views and experiences. The wider we can spread our
net the better. So, please can you promote the Parents’ Jury to your networks, on social media, and in any upcoming e-newsletters you are doing. Also,
if you know someone personally who might like to be on the Parents’ Jury, please do encourage them to apply. This is a new initiative so we welcome
any feedback or suggestions you have too.
Join the Parents’ Jury
Are you a parent of a 2-17 year old? This is your chance to be heard on the food and nutrition issues which matter to you and your children. The Parents’
Jury is a new initiative from Children’s Food Campaign, aimed at giving parents a stronger voice on the food available and promoted in their children’s
schools, in shops, on the high street, and beyond. And it is kicking off by asking questions about sports sponsorship, including Cadbury’s partnership
with the Premier League, ahead of the new football season.
APPLY NOW: www.sustainweb.org/parentsjury/survey/
For further information, see www.parentsjury.net
What is the Parents’ Jury?
How do I apply to become a Jury member?
What can I expect as a Parents’ Jury member?
PS In other news: Government reduces its promised funding for health and well-being initiatives in schools – our response to news from the Treasury
last month about changes to how money originally allocated from the Soft Drinks Industry Levy revenue will be spent https://www.sustainweb.org/news/jul17_healthy_pupils_funding/
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