Report of Speri-BSA event on ‘food, poverty and policy’ published

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Following the success of the event on ‘Food, poverty and policy: evidence base and knowledge gaps’, jointly hosted by Speri and the British Sociological Association’s Food Study Group, SPERI has published a report from the day.

The report outlines the key outcomes of the event which took place on 30th June. The event was held to showcase cutting-edge findings on food insecurity, take stock of the field, identify the key gaps in the evidence base that need filling and explore the intersections between different disciplinary and sub-disciplinary approaches, as well as between non-academic researchers, practitioners and the academy.

The report ends with a list of priorities for research agendas on food, poverty and policy.

Download the report: Food, poverty and policy: evidence base and knowledge gaps.

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