• 25 Nov 2022
    On 8 November 2022, C3 travelled to Harrow and Wealdstone in West London to visit London’s Community Kitchen (LCK). Having started in a small church, LCK is now operating out of three London boroughs – Barnet, Ealing, and Harrow – where the H.Q. sits within a large community centre building. Led by Taz Khan, the space gave a feeling of community, hope, and motivation. The group spent the morning taking a tour of LCK, winner of the Observer Food Monthly Awards 2022, to see what all the buzz was about. In the UK more than 9 billion tons of food is...
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Our mission: C3 brings together different communities to create changes that make it easier for people to:

stop using tobacco

improve what they eat and drink

 do more physical activity

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Professor Srinath Reddy talks “NCDs: why do we know so much but do so little”

On December 7th at 8:30am C3 will be joined by Professor Srinath Reddy for our final international seminar of 2022. “NCDs: why do we know so much but do so little?” Location: Online (ZOOM) Date: Wednesday 7th December 2022 Time: 8:30am – 9:30am (GMT) Register for free here C3 is joined by Professor Srinath Reddy,...

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Start: 7th December 8:30am



WHO joins C3 for LGCW – Dr Juana Willumsen: “Physical activity: the benefits for cancer prevention

29 Nov 2022
Paige Cowan-Hall
C3 was joined by Dr Juana Willumsen from WHO for London Global Cancer Week to talk: “Physical Activity: the benefits for cancer prevention” Dr Juana Willumsen is technical officer at the World Health Organizarion’s (WHO) Physical Activity Unit. Dr Juana Willumsen (Speaker) Technical Officer in the Physical Activity Unit in the Department of Health Promotion at the World Health Organization (WHO) Juana Willumsen is a technical officer of the World Health Organization in the Department for Health Promotion. Her current work focusses on policies to promote physical activity and developing the technical tools to support country implementation. She coordinated the development...
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Our Cities: the drivers of global health

10 Nov 2022
Sarah Clarke
Urban health is one of the greatest challenges to public health of the 21st century. While many of the risk factors for NCDs (noncommunicable diseases) - the number one cause of death and disability worldwide - are concentrated in cities, so are the solutions, and many cities are taking important actions across sectors to prevent NCDs. 

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