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As part of this year’s Policy Provocations series the Heseltine Institute is hosting a debate on the growing issue of obesity as a serious and growing problem for the children of Liverpool and across the UK.
Joining the panel will be Professor Simon Capewell, Professor Amandine Garde and Dr Emma Boyland from the University of Liverpool; Robin Ireland from Health Equalities Group, and Councillor Tim Beaumont who is Mayoral Lead for City for Well-Being.
The debate takes place at 6pm on Monday, 14 November at the Victoria Gallery & Museum.
The Policy Provocation programme addresses the big policy challenges shaping our future and poses new approaches and solutions. Debates engage public audiences as well as senior decision makers.
Led by the Heseltine Institute for Public Policy and Practice at The University of Liverpool, the series brings together perspectives from leading international, UK and local thinkers to provide a platform for passionate public debate.
Booking and further information
Admission for the Shaping the City event is free and attendees can register for the event at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/policy-provocations-2016-shaping-the-city-tickets-27174091439
For more information on Policy Provocations and future events as part of the series please visit: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/heseltine-institute/policy-provocations/
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