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NAW/WFA Working Paper No 7: Public Health and the Review of the National Curriculum in Wales

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NAW/WFA Working Paper No 7

Public Health and the Review of the National Curriculum in Wales

(1) On 13 October, 1999 (am) the Pre 16 Education Committee will consider a report from ACAC on the National Curriculum. The problem is that public health implications have not been considered by this process.

(2) There is robust scientific evidence to show that brain function, hence intelligence, and hence educational achievement, is largely determined before birth. That is, it is dependent on the health and nutrition of the mother, embryo and foetus.

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NAW/WFA Working Paper No 8: Green Spaces and Sustainable Communities

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NAW/WFA Working Paper No 8

Green Spaces and Sustainable Communities - A Response to the New Opportunities Fund Consultation. NAW/WFA Working Paper No 8
by David Smith, Hon Secretary WFA

Introduction
All too often policy proposals are still developed with very little understanding of their potential impact upon public health. Our starting point is simply to ask how health and local authorities would view the suggestion that public money be available to produce food open green spaces to provide residents with easy and affordable access to food?

Conclusion and recommendations

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NAW/WFA Working Paper No 10

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NAW/WFA Working Paper No 10

Joint Food and Agriculture Organisation/ World Health Organisation Food Standards Programme-Codex Committee on Food Hygiene

Our Comments on
FAO/WHO DISCUSSION PAPER ON THE IMPLEMENTATION HAZARD ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS (HACCP) IN SMALL AND/OR LESS DEVELOPED BUSINESSES (SLDBS)

29 November - 4 December 1999
Thirty Second Session, Washington D, USA

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