If you worry about where your next meal will come from, you’re not “food secure”.
The rising cost of energy and housing can leave little money to put nutritious food on the table.
Food is just food ... or is it?
Changes to the benefits system delve into the pockets of the poor and will lead to more families and disabled people needing to use food banks.
Can we learn to feed the multitudes?
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About one in seven Americans report going hungry at some point during the year, a fact apparently far from the minds of the presidential candidates.
Volunteers prepare food for victims of flood affected areas in Jammu and Kashmir at Golden Temple, Amritsar.
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From post-earthquake Nepal to serving the homeless poor in the UK, food services offered by Sikh temples contribute to public life and humanitarian relief.
Fully stocked – for now.
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The government's austerity programme hasn't just put the poor under terrible pressure – it's actually breached Britain's international legal obligations.
Food banks are great, but a living wage is better.
Charitable food provision is growing, and more and more people are being fed by food banks and other initiatives. The press and TV have debated the legitimacy of such provision and highlighted the number…
The not-for-profit Foodbank Australia represents one of the largest distributors of food to hungry Australians. But what is the role of government?
Globally, more than 800 million people are chronically undernourished. And some of these people live in Australia. Of course, these people do not live in desperate refugee camps; and most do not endure…