RESHAPING AGRICULTURE FOR BETTER NUTRITION –
The Agriculture, Food, Nutrition, Health Nexus
13-14 August 2018, Canberra
Sir John Crawford Address
Speakers and Chairs
Conference & Scholar Sponsors
SIR JOHN CRAWFORD MEMORIAL ADDRESS AND NETWORKING DINNER
MONDAY, 13 AUGUST 2018
This year’s Sir John Crawford Memorial Address, Food, Climate Change and National Security, was presented by Ms Frances Adamson, Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The Vote of Thanks was given by Professor Andrew Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, ACIAR.
Announcement of the Crawford Fund 2018 Food Security Journalism Award
Announcement of the 2018 Crawford Fund Medal
PARLIAMENTARY CONFERENCE PROGRAM
TUESDAY, 14 AUGUST 2018
Presentations can be found by clicking on the title of the presentations with the speakers’ names.
0900 OPENING SESSION
0915 SESSION 1: MORNING KEYNOTE
FEEDING A GROWING GLOBAL POPULATION WITH HEALTHY FOOD FROM A HEALTHY PLANET
0935 SESSION 2: CHALLENGES AND IMPACTS OF POOR NUTRITION
0950 MODERATED Q&A: MORNING SPEAKERS
1020 MORNING TEA – MURAL HALL
1110 SESSION 3: HOW DOES AGRICULTURE RESPOND TO THE NUTRITION CHALLENGE?
1125 Case Studies:
Recognising the role of the livestock sector in human health and nutrition
Smart Food – good for you, the planet and the farmer
1200 MODERATED Q&A: SESSION 3 SPEAKERS
1230 LUNCH – MURAL HALL
1335 SESSION 4: DELIVERING RESULTS – POLICIES AND PRACTICES FOR CHANGE
1350 Case Studies:
Behavioural change for better nutrition in PNG
Small fish, big impact: nutrition-sensitive fish agri-food systems in Bangladesh
1435 MODERATED Q&A: SESSION 4 SPEAKERS
1500 SESSION 5: PRIVATE SECTOR KEYNOTE – ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE IMPACT – WIN WIN SOLUTIONS
1525 MODERATED Q&A: BOTH KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
1600 MINISTERIAL ADDRESS
Introduction by The Hon John Anderson AO, Chair, The Crawford Fund
The Hon Julie Bishop MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs
1610 CONFERENCE SYNTHESIS
What are the best ways for agriculture and the food industry to help promote healthier diets taking into account the opportunities and constraints discussed above? Can it be achieved, what behaviours have to change and what policy levers are needed to assist?
1625 THANKS AND CLOSING
Dr Colin Chartres, Chief Executive Officer, The Crawford Fund