Accessibility and affordability of healthy food: existing responses to hunger (questions 4 and 5)
The importance of categorising hunger responses.
What can be learnt from charitable responses to hunger?
What role should charitable responses to hunger play?
Sustainability of the food system: responses to food waste (questions 11 and 10)
The role of policy in promoting accessibility and sustainability (question 15)
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Dr Hannah Lambie-Mumford, Lecturer, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Sheffield (writing in an individual capacity)
12 September 2019