Simon Shaw shares key reflections and learning from the first year of Food Power, our national food poverty programme.
Policy Bristol and Sustain have produced a briefing on how a UK right to food law could tackle food poverty and environmental degradation.
Final showing of the End Hunger UK photo exhibition, which comes to a close after months of touring the UK, this Friday, 23 November
Parliamentary Inquiry highlights the need for more research into the impact of austerity and hardship on families who use infant formula
A national petition calling on the UK government to Fix Universal Credit was handed over at 10 Downing Street on 7 November
Beyond the Food Bank 2018 is the fourth edition of London’s comprehensive food poverty profile. The report looks at what local authorities...
The delivery of the flagship welfare reform has been found by the House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts to be causing unacceptable...
Sustain CEO, Kath Dalmeny, gave oral evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee as part of their follow up enquiry into the Sustainable...
No one should have to go to bed hungry, yet food poverty is growing rapidly. So how can we help? End Hunger Week runs from 13-21 October and is an...
The Fair by Design campaign to help tackle the poverty premium has been launched today.
We have submitted evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee as part of their follow up enquiry into the Sustainable Development Goals in the...
Ahead of his visit later this year, Sustain has submitted evidence to the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and extreme poverty on the state of...
Yesterday the Scottish Parliament passed a motion requesting the Scottish Government bring forward a Good Food Nation Bill.
New research by Sustain member the Food Foundation shows that low income households may be struggling to afford food that follows the Eat Well
The End Hunger UK coalition have launched a petition today calling on the Prime Minister to fix universal credit.
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