Come together with other campaigners for a UK where no one has to go to bed hungry
Tuesday 16 October 2018 (World Food Day)
10:30 – 16:00
Central Hall Westminster, London
As part of End Hunger UK Week, we will be having our second national conference.
Last year we had over 150 people from across the food movement attending, and speakers including experts in policy and campaigning as well as those with lived experience of poverty. This year we will be even bigger, giving people an opportunity to learn about the issues, get involved in our campaigns, and speak directly to policy-makers.
|10.30||Registration, teas and coffees|
|Welcome and introduction
The Truth About Food Poverty and Hunger
|11.25||Experts by experience in conversation|
|11.55||Panel discussion 1: Universal Credit: The role of benefits in ending hunger
OR Workshop 1: Building your local alliance
OR Workshop 2: How to engage people with experience of food poverty in your campaign
|12.35||Lunch Sandwich lunch provided|
|13.15||Workshop 3: Winning hearts and minds: Talking about food poverty
OR Panel discussion 2: Are cash payments the solution for people in food crisis?
|14.00||Panel discussion 3: Making sure children receive good food 365 days a year|
|14.35||Break – Tea, coffee and biscuits|
|14.55||Panel discussion 3: Measuring the scale of the problem
OR Panel discussion 4: A Human Right to Food?
OR Workshop 4: End hunger locally: Working together to address the causes of food poverty at local level
|15.35||Closing session: Taking it forward and a call for action|
|16.00||Close – and Fix Universal Credit photo opportunity on Palace Green|