The UK currently does not measure household food insecurity, defined as insufficient or insecure access to food due to resource constraint. The absence of regular, accurate data keeps the magnitude of the problem hidden, allowing for government inaction.
Time to count the hungry argues that the UK would benefit from using a standard measure of household food insecurity, which could be used to monitor the problem as part of existing social and health surveys.
Briefing on organising food for vulnerable people in Covid-19 lockdown - for local authorities and Local Resilience Forums working in partnership...
In this briefing we argue why in order to respect all children's right to food, the Government should extend the Universal Free School Meal...
This joint briefing by Sustain, the alliance for better food and farming; Coventry University's Centre for Agroecology, Water, and...
This new Sustain briefing explains why we need our Right to Food to be incorporated into domestic legislation.
September 2019: A call to action on issues that national government, local authorities and Local Resilience Forums need urgently to consider
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