The Winter 2011 edition of Food Ethics magazine is an in-depth examination of social protection – cash- or in kind-transfers – in the Global South and the Global North. It highlights innovative programmes around the world delivered by governments and development NGOs.
It assesses the work of Food Banks in the UK and Canada, and asks whether Government social protection schemes in the UK (particularly our welfare system and its current, ongoing reform) create dependency, or deliver society’s poorest members from poverty and hunger.
Writers in this edition include José Graziano da Silva (Director-General Elect of the FAO), Christian Guy (Director of Policy at the Centre for Social Justice), Elizabeth Dowler (Professor of food and social policy at the University of Warwick, and FEC trustee), Tom Arnold (CEO of Concern Worldwide), Lindsay Boswell (Chief Executive of FareShare), Stephen Devereux (of the Institute of Development Studies), and Donald Hirsch (head of Income Studies at Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University), among many others.
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