I am the coordinator of the Independent Food Aid Network. IFAN is a developing network of independent food aid providers including non-Trussell Trust food banks.
Using a qualitative case study approach, my research explores the role of social supermarkets in the delivery of welfare services, food poverty alleviation and food waste management in the UK.
I work across different sectors on child food insecurity policy in the UK in relation to free school meals, breakfast clubs and holiday provision.
I am interested in family food habits and the various factors that can influence what people eat.
Food Power works with local communities to strengthen their ability to reduce food poverty and develop responses with the support of their peers from other communities.
I represent the Cambridge Food Poverty Alliance which is consulting with organisations and service providers to get a snapshot of food poverty in the city.
I work in Research, Policy and Public Affairs with the Trussell Trust.
I am a dietitian that supports homeless young people around food insecurity, food literacy and nutritional vulnerabilities.
My research examines the impact of food insecurity on psychogoical wellbeing.
I am a psychologist specialising in children's eating behaviour, with a focus on how we can promote healthy eating behaviour as well as reducing unhealthy behaviours.