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UK network for independent food aid providers including independent food banks (809), emergency meal providers, social supermarkets, community food projects...
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Independent food banks are also extremely concerned about the impact of a no deal on donations as well as increased need arising from increased food prices - A central hardship fund is urgently needed ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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PXI Projects Sep 14
Finding those exit strategies whilst still offering solidarity, assistance, dignity and choice to those people who need support should be a priority for every and every politician and policy maker
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IFAN UK Sep 14
Our is just a week away - we’ll be hearing from ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ on exit strategies from - how can we work towards a UK without the need for 2,000 plus food banks?
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IFAN UK Sep 10
Looking forward to hearing from and Robin Burgess CEO of & trustee on the growing Community Food Retail sector Saturday 21.9.19.
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Kartik Raj Sep 13
Sign up for this event: How can law help protect the in the UK? 17 September, 6pm-8pm, Doughty Street Chambers, Central London Organized by and
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Imogen Sep 13
Looking forward to holding a workshop on the right to food at next weekend's AGM alongside my colleagues from and the extraordinary Register now - this event is open to all
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Kartik Raj Sep 12
food price rises are “stark” for the poor - tells it like it is in the , with a quote from me for .
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Andy Fisher Sep 12
Every single food bank takes large donations from these companies ( e.g.) that pay their workers a pittance. 22% of food bank board members work at Fortune 1000 corps. And less than 5% of food banks advocate for increasing the minimum wage.
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IFAN UK Sep 12
And a million thanks to Rachael Rodway of for all her help and support
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IFAN UK Sep 12
Thank you so much for all your hard work Irina and Robert!
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Nourish Scotland Sep 12
Our Dignity in Practice team facilitated a very successful workshop in Carlisle today. Lots of shared learning actions to be taken forward
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Andrew Williams Sep 12
Deadline for Select Committee on food, poverty, health and the environment has been extended until end of September (if you left it last minute like me!). Almost done...
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FRC Sep 12
new blog from campaign group highlights hole at the centre of Government's emergency Brexit food planning
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Right To Food UK Sep 11
Two official documents this week reveal that our Government feels no legal responsibility for securing our food supplies in a crisis – neither fire, flood, disease epidemic, conflict, supply chain disruption, nor no-deal Read more ->
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Rebecca Riddell Sep 12
Excellent thread on the impact of a no deal on basic human rights to food, health, and more. 👇 shows the government knows full well the disproportionate impact a no deal Brexit would have on people affected by and the most vulnerable.
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IFAN UK Sep 12
Defra refuses to give details on no-deal Brexit food supply disruptions ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Kartik Raj Sep 12
The stark truth of the matter is that — by the government’s own assessment — the rights of the UK’s poorest and most vulnerable people are placed at risk by a . My piece for on risk of food, fuel & medical supply disruption
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Lindsay Graham Sep 11
Point 17 'Low income groups will be disproportionately affected by any price rises in and ' ....Micheal Gove said on 'Everyone will have the food they need' Matt Hancock at ... 'We will ensure people get the food they need' 🤔
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Kartik Raj Sep 11
Sign up for this event on and how best to use the law in the UK (Sep 17, 6pm, Doughty St Chambers) - organized jointly by & - I’m glad to join speakers from & - details here:
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Hope Enterprises Sep 11
Looking forward to being there!
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