I am part of a project with a group of women who are thinking through our research methods and how they can help create change. This has been a really useful exercise for me, as my methods are often so intertwined with my research that taking them apart can be difficult. I’ve created a short video where I talk through my approach. This was part of a Festival of Social Sciences Methods for change event held by Manchester University and Aspect. The event was not recorded, but I am making my short presentation available here.
This webinar features a food surplus project targeting moderately food insecure people living in Manchester, UK. The webinar also includes a representative from the Local Council talking about how they are using my Food Ladders framework to plot a pathway forward to build more community resilience. The third speaker is someone from Morrisons talking about how they are able to supply TBBT with food and their response to COVID.
I am the final speaker. I discuss my research about food insecurity, foodscapes and provide evidence of how community food projects help release social value from surplus food.
A film about how community organisations are using food to help overcome loneliness and everyday food insecurity, while also transforming their communities. Eating together with others, what I call social eating, has so many benefits. Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what we mean by surplus food? Where does it come from and how does it link to the problem of food waste? This short slide show video provides a brief overview. Continue reading