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Towards a Sovereign Food Security for India

Food security as has been accepted by multiple institutions and scholars in the field is a broad consensus on food availability, physical and economic access, utilization, consumption and a perpetual continuity of the aforementioned (Foran et al 2014, Bajpai & Saraya 2018). 1,115 more words

Agrarian Reforms

Siobhan Baillie’s response to Rashford’s campaign is tone deaf

By Jamie O’Dell

In responding to comments on a mildly tone-deaf Instagram post about her lunch, Stroud MP Siobhan Baillie spoke out on Monday about her decision to abstain on… 953 more words


A Concern of Food Security and the Outbreak of Locust

  • Jagadish Wagle


Food security has been the biggest challenge since the outbreak of COVID-19 (Corona) has broken out from Wuhan, China in December last year. 1,610 more words

Food Security

Porridge and Potatoes

By Cllr Daniel Cowan


On July 29th, Daniel Cowan, Labour Councillor for Southend-on-Sea Borough, made a poignant contribution to the national discussion around food poverty and obesity. 836 more words


Empowering Dairy Farmers for Better Food Safety and Security

JAKARTA : Milk producer Frisian Flag Indonesia said empowering dairy farmers will take Indonesia a step closer to better food security and safety.

Frisian Flag sees a positive trend in daily milk consumption. 405 more words


Free school meals: the lifelong impact of childhood food poverty |

Marcus Rashford. EPA-EFE/Mike Hewitt/NMC/Pool

Regina Keith, University of Westminster

The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on household food security in the UK. Five million families have encountered food insecurity, and 200,000 children are… 714 more words


How do you measure the number of hungry people in the world – and why did the numbers drop by some 130 million between 2018-19?

Although the number of hungry people in the world has been rising for the past 5 years, reaching 690 million in 2019, according to the… 240 more words