The big role of small food assistance programmes

Increasingly well-organised food assistance initiatives might help transform struggling official food and welfare systems


In a study recently published in the journal Local Environment, centre PhD student Aniek Hebinck and colleagues have studied three food initiatives in the Netherlands, Ireland and Italy. Although there are differences in approach and how they operate, their overall success means that innovative food assistance initiatives eventually may do more than just offering temporary relief of hunger and poverty. Read more

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