IKF’s Madeleine Power, Professors Bob Doherty and Kate Pickett are among the co-authors of a paper titled ‘Is food insecurity associated with maternal health among UK ethnic groups? An Exploration of women in the BiB cohort’, which has been published in the European Journal of Public Health. Food insecurity is a determinant of maternal health; however research on […]
Annemarieke de Bruin will present a paper at the 13th European IFSA Symposium ‘Farming systems: facing uncertainties and enhancing opportunities’. The paper is titled ‘Innovating in context: social learning and agricultural innovation’ and was jointly written by Annemarieke de Bruin and Professor Jon Ensor. This year the conference will be held in the Mediterranean Agronomic […]
Madeleine Power has had a paper accepted for the Social Policy Association Annual Conference ‘In the shadow of the 2008 crisis: social policy 10 years on’, the paper is based on her IKnowFood work and is titled ‘Food insecurity, food banks and the disciplinary society’.
The Conversation Article “Sustainable diets will remain a minefield until we change the way we approach food”
IKnowFood’s Professors Bob Doherty, Tony Heron and Dr Chris West have had an article published in The Conversation, entitled “Sustainable diets will remain a minefield until we change the way we approach food”. It looks at the pitfalls of consumer food choice and sustainability. Sign up to to The Conversation newsletter and get the latest […]
17 September 2019 / Amnesty International UK
As the IKnowFood 4-year research programme reaches its pinnacle, the aim of our …