Posts Tagged with: Ashrammoseley

Food poverty, food insecurity? A city level response is possible

Posted on 1st April 2017 by Kate Cooper

During an eight-month project from March-October 2015 funded by Barrow Cadbury, we asked: Is it possible to have an effective city-level response to the drivers of emergency food aid? (The answer is yes.) And, if so, what does it look like?

A city-level response to the drivers for emergency food aid . . .

Posted on 11th November 2015 by Kate Cooper

Our project report Food insecurity in Birmingham — a city-level response? was submitted it to the APPG on Hunger and Food Poverty at the end of October. They thanked us for our ‘huge contribution’.

Food insecurity in Birmingham — a city level response?

Posted on 16th October 2015 by Kate Cooper

We’ve just published the result of our project on food poverty, a discussion document Food insecurity in Birmingham — a city level response?  We’re keen to get your responses to it. Please comment!

Feeding our children in the school holidays

Posted on 14th July 2015 by Administrator

The school summer holidays are fast approaching.  For many families in Birmingham, this means additional pressure on the family food budget.  For many children it simply means hunger.