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Dignity in Practice and Menu for Change
I just wanted to bring to your attention (you may have seen it) about the Dignity in Practice project and Menu for Change, both are very relevant for the work around poverty.
There is a very good easy to use resource to support food insecurity and how we support people and communities. http://www.nourishscotland.org/projects/dignity/ the work was highlighted at the recent Community Food and Health Scotland (NHS Scotland) national event.
You will also find links to Menu for Change
Menu for Change: Cash, Rights, Food’, launched in January 2017.
The project’s overarching aim is to support a reduction in the need for emergency food aid by encouraging national and local action to prevent food insecurity and en-hance and evolve the response for those experiencing crisis. Our approach seeks to ensure the underlying causes of food insecurity are addressed whilst taking a more rights-based approach to respond to current needs. Also well worth a look when looking at food security.
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