This booklet showcases some of the tools used by local food poverty alliances from around the UK. From building robust approaches to evaluation in Middlesbrough using the Collective Impact Tracker, mapping community food service provision in Greater Manchester, building and strengthening community food networks through collective action in Oxfordshire, working in partnership to survey food poverty in Brighton and Hove, co-designing and using various tools to capture and tell food stories, to using feminist and intersectional approaches in Tower Hamlets.
- Middlesbrough Food Power Alliance: Using the Food Power Collective Impact Tracker
- Good Food Oxfordshire: Scaling collective action from city to county
- Greater Manchester Food Poverty Alliance: Mapping food service providers
- Brighton & Hove Food Partnership: Working in partnership to survey food poverty
- Leapfrog Toolbox: Tools for Food Stories: Flexible ways to capture and tell stories about food and food poverty
- Tower Hamlets Food Partnership: Feminist/intersectional approaches to food insecurity
- Acknowledgements / Endnotes
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Tools for tackling food poverty
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Published 1 Aug 2021
Food Poverty: Over 5 million people in the UK struggle to get enough to eat. We’re working to change that through people-powered projects and campaigns that tackle the root causes of food poverty and ensure everyone has dignified access to healthy, affordable food.