Network members

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

Dureshahwar Mirza

Currently writing a master's dissertation on food banks and the Covid19 crisis. 

Gordon Morris
University of Exeter's Centre for Rural Policy Research

My main area of interest is in the roles of England's small ("market") towns.  My PhD research exploired the relationship between a government programme, The market Towns Initiative, and rural pove

Jill Muirie
NHS Board
Thu Nguyen
University of Aberdeen

Household food insecurity (HFI) has recently become a public health concern in Scotland and in the rest of the UK.

Georgiana Nica-Avram
University of Nottingham
sharon noonan-gunning
Food Inequalities Rebellion
Chantelle Norton
Food in Community

Food in Community was set up to help tackle food waste and food poverty in and around Totnes, Devon.

Nicola Nzuza
Royal Borough of Greenwich

I lead on development and implementation of the Greenwich Food Poverty Needs Assessment.

Rebecca O'Connell

Families and Food in Hard times was a five year mixed methods study of families and food poverty in the UK, Portugal and Norway.

Jennie Parnham
Imperial College London

I am evaluating UK policies which address inequalities in nutrition in low-income children, these include Healthy Start Vouchers and Free School Meals. 

valentina pesarin
Centre for Food Policy

I am looking at the role that the London Food Alliance and the hospitality sector have played in the London food aid provision during Covid. 

Clare Pettinger
University of Plymouth

The Food as a Lifestyle Motivator (FLM) Project is a pilot project that has run over the past year to explore the use of creative methods (e.g.