Webinars

Catch up on our webinar series, featuring case studies of action on food poverty from local and national groups throughout the UK.

During the Covid-19 outbreak we are running webinars every Wednesday morning to share national updates and highlight how local areas are responding to rising food insecurity. More information and registration available here

Healthy Start learning network: Updates on digital plans and local case studies of improving voucher take up (April 2020, watch and listen)

Food and enterprise: meals on wheels services and community food businesses from around the globe (March 2020, watch and listen)

A toolkit for empowering people who have lived experience of food poverty (February 2020, watch and listen)
Four wise women: Lessons on tackling food povert from Food Power's peer mentors (Dec 2019, watch and listen)
Making the most of Healthy Start: A toolkit for local action (Oct 2019, watch and listen)
 
Closing the hunger gap: Reports back from the US national conference on food poverty and community empowerment
(Sept 2019, watch and listen)
Working with academics to tackle food poverty (April 2019, watch and listen)
Supporting fair pay and the real Living Wage (January 2019, watch and listen)
How to engage experts by experience in your organisation (January 2019, watch and listen)
Older people's access to food and meals on wheels (November 2018, watch and listen)
Healthy Start: Improving uptake and understanding (September 2018, watch and listen)
Evaluating your alliance's impact (July 2018, watch and listen)
People powered change: How to engage decision-makers (May 2018, watch and listen)
Beyond the food bank: Alternative models of food provision (April 2018, watch and listen)
Ensuring access to food for children 365 days a year (March 2018, watch and listen)

Mapping and measuring food poverty and the local response (February 2018, watch and listen)

  • Annual Food Power Push: Maximising family income (January 2018, watch and listen)
  • Involving Experts by Experience: Empowerment and participation (December 2017, watch and listen, begins at 3:10, choppy sound at the start)
  • What is Food Power and how could you be involved? (November 2017, watch and listen)

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