Network members

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

Laurie Egger
City University of London
Emily Fay
Shrewsbury Food Hub

Food poverty in Shropshire. Grassroots community responses.

Deborah Finn
Eggcup

Eggcup is a start-up not-for-profit currently being established in Lancaster to serve the Lancaster City Council district.  We are a surplus food redistributor.  We aim to increase interception of

Sinéad Furey
Ulster University

My food poverty research work focuses on understanding the prevalence and experience of food poverty.

Elisabeth Garratt
University of Oxford
University of Sheffield
Kayleigh Garthwaite
University of Birmingham

I use ethnographic, longitudinal, and qualitative methods of data collection to study issues around poverty, inequality, welfare reform, and stigma. I am committed to ensuring people with lived exp

Sabine Goodwin
Independent Food Aid Network

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.

Katy Gordon
Strathclyde University

My PhD research explored community-based responses to food insecurity.

Emmanuelle Graciet
University College London

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.

Pamela Graham
Northumbria University

I am interested in family food habits and the various factors that can influence what people eat.

Lindsay Graham

I work across different sectors on child food insecurity policy in the UK in relation to free school meals, breakfast clubs and holiday provision.

Maddie Guerlain
Sustain: The Alliance for Better Food and Farming.

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.

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