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21 October - 17 November
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Life through my lens: The ASPIRE Project

A journey from hopelessness to hopefulness

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Lifelong wellbeing theme

What’s on offer?

Those involved in the project were encouraged to document their experiences through photography. This interactive and immersive exhibition will showcase their journeys, as well as providing the opportunity to share your own health and wellbeing experiences and get advice from the project team.

What’s it about?

Research has found a consistent link between obesity and unemployment, with people on low incomes more likely to have low-quality diets and experience food insecurities. The ASPIRE project sought to address these interlinked issues through promoting healthier lifestyles and employability skills across nine locations in England and France.

Find out more on our website.

Who’s leading the event?

Dr Sophia Amenyah, Bournemouth University

Professor Jane Murphy, Bournemouth University

Professor Lee-Ann Fenge, Bournemouth University

Open to

Open to anyone, but aimed at adults

Of particular interest to

Those experiencing, or who have experienced, interlinked issues of health and unemployment. People working in this area of interest.

Event Booking details

Open to attend all day, no booking required.