End Hunger UK is supported by many national organisations, including: Baptists Together; Caritas Social Action Network; Child Poverty Action Group; Church Action on Poverty; the Church of England; the Church of Scotland; FareShare; First Steps Nutrition; Food Bank As It Is; Food Ethics Council; The Food Foundation; the Independent Food Aid Network; Food Matters; Magic Breakfast; the Methodist Church; Nourish Scotland; Oxfam; Quaker Peace and Social Witness; Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming; The Trussell Trust; and the United Reformed Church.

Campaign win! UK Government agrees to measure household food insecurity

If we measure it we can mend it! Imogen Richmond-Bishop of Sustain has news of a significant success for End Hunger UK.

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What would it take for the UK to resist the institutionalisation of food banking?

Alison Cohen, Senior Director of Programs at Why Hunger in New York, suggests how the UK might resist the institutionalisation of charitable food aid by learning from the North American experience.

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UK food poverty now a public health emergency

Dr Sinéad Furey of Ulster University says that food poverty is now a public health emergency and the number of emergency food parcels distributed by food banks is rising.

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