Network members

If you would like to identify ENUF network members by name, by research interest and/or discipline please search below:

Dianna Smith

My principal area of research is food poverty risk and provision of emergency food through food banks.

annette smith
Morecambe Bay Foodbank

I am the manager of a very active and growing food bank that uses the Trussell Trust model.

Amanda spavin
Lancashire county council

I have just gained my Community Education BA with distinction and I'm due to complete Honours in the coming months.  I have to submit a research proposal and I'd like to do it around food insecurit

Valerie Tarasuk
University of Toronto
University of Toronto
Megan Tarrant
University College London

Through my research - How do community gardens contribute to food security?

Peter Taylor-Gooby
University of Kent; Canterbury Food Bank

Data scraping of crowd-funding websites to track food bank appeals May - Sept 2020

Claire Thompson
University of Hertfordshire

My PhD research (2008-2012) 'Experiences of the food environment and the role of the 'routine' in producing food practices: an ethnography of Sandwell residents' examined household meal practices a

Matthew Thomson
The Hive - Cornwall // Cornwall Food Access Alliance

My research is neither synthesised nor published but informs my local volunteering and activism helping establish Cornwall Food Access Alliance, linking food distribution organisations locally and

Carl Walker

I am a community psychologist, a borough councillor and help to run an independent foodbank, the Worthing Food Foundation

Hanna Walsh
University of Helsinki, Finland

Recently graduated with a MSc in Nutrition, I am currently researching food insecurity levels within low-paid private sector service workers in Finland.

Rosalie Warnock
Queen Mary University of London