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New article: Experiences of food poverty among undocumented parents with children in three European countries: a multi-level research strategy

A growing literature addresses undocumented migrants in different countries, with governmental exclusion from welfare and health services a common theme. However, little is known comparatively about the difference social context.. Read More

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Published today: Special Issue of Children & Society ‘Children’s and Young People’s Food Practices in Contexts of Poverty and Inequality’

Coedited by Wendy Wills and Rebecca O’Connell, this Special Issue of the journal Children & Society addresses the social and economic determinants shaping what children and young people eat and the.. Read More

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What is the relationship between family affluence and young people’s food behaviours? New paper in Journal of Youth Studies

A new paper examining young people’s food consumption in relation to family affluence (FAS) over time in England has been published in the Journal of Youth Studies. The Health Behaviour.. Read More

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Families and Food Poverty in Austerity Europe: keynote at University of Copenhagen LOM conference

On Wednesday 21st June 2017 Dr Rebecca O’Connell will give a keynote lecture at the Trends in Excellent and Interdisciplinary Lifestyle, Obesity and Metabolic Research Conference, University of Copenhagen.  Food poverty.. Read More