The evidence portal of the Children’s Future Food Inquiry is open until the end of November and people are being encouraged to submit comment and contribute to this vital piece of work.
The Children’s Future Food Inquiry is an investigation into children’s food poverty led by a parliamentary committee and coordinated by organisations in each of the four UK nations. The Inquiry ‘“evidence portal”:http://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/carnegie-school-of-education/child-food-insecurity/’ invites anyone who’s witnessed or experienced children’s food poverty in any way at all to share their stories.
The Inquiry will build a comprehensive picture of what children’s food poverty looks like in the UK. It wants to hear from as many people as possible about what they’ve seen and experienced of child poverty.
You can share your story – either in a personal or professional capacity – either as a written entry, photographs, video clips or data, and show the ways in which you’ve encountered children’s food poverty in any form.
The submission process should only take 10-15 minutes to complete and can be made here.