Gastronomy Summit 2022 – Call for Good Practice Case Studies
8th August 2022
Is your work in food, drink and hospitality contributing to community regeneration?
The Oxford Cultural Collective is working in partnership with Ulster University to stage Gastronomy Summit 2022, from 11th to 13th April 2022 in Belfast. This landmark event will bring together members of the global culinary community to explore and celebrate the transformative power of food, drink and hospitality.
The call for Good Practice Case Studies is now open and it closes on 31st January 2022. Once delegates have booked to attend Gastronomy Summit 2022, they are welcome to submit Good Practice Case Studies, in line with requirements.
Submissions must be submitted in poster format and should focus on Summit’s overarching theme: developing food and drink destinations in ways that benefit local communities.
Good Practice Case Studies are likely to come from practitioners (e.g. entrepreneurs, business leaders, community workers, chefs, activists) who are working on projects which have positive impacts on particular communities. By sharing case studies delegates will be able to build alliances that could prove useful in the future. By bringing their work to the attention of an international audience, they will be able to start dialogue which could lead to further collaborative initiatives.
The Summit’s tracks (themes), which should guide the focus of submitted case studies are:
- Food, drink and hospitality as catalysts for economic, cultural and social
regeneration in urban or rural locations
- Food, drink and hospitality as catalysts for equality and social cohesion
- Food, drink and regenerative tourism
- Food, drink and identity
- Food, drink and hospitality as catalysts for sustainable development
- Education in culinary arts and gastronomy (e.g. cultural contextualization,
links to destination development)
For full details on the call for Good Practice Case Stdues, including deadline and formats, follow this link.