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Poor diets are a primary cause of malnutrition and the leading cause of diseases worldwide. Improving diets, including increasing fruit...
Urban dwellers’ food and nutritional wellbeing are both dependent on infrastructure and can be indicative of wider wellbeing in urban...
Published by: IDS
Globally, our food systems are highly inequitable. In a world with enough food, hunger is becoming normalised for large numbers of...
Healthy Diets Depend on Equity and Justice: Understanding the Context in Brazil, South Africa, the UK, and Vietnam
Published by: Kingston University
The purpose of this paper is to outline a new intellectual and research agenda for future work taken forward by the Food Equity Centre on the theme of Healthy Diets. We outline our initial conceptual approach and summarise current thinking and action on dietary equity through four country case studies, then propose a number of research gaps that we will address in future research and publications together.
Published by: Institute of Development Studies
This working paper is the product of the Living Off-Grid Food and Infrastructure Collaboration. It is designed to bring together our...
A Whole System Approach to Childhood Obesity: How a Supportive Environment was Created in the City of Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
Published by: SpringerOpen
Childhood obesity is a growing global challenge, and no country has yet reversed the upward trend in prevalence. The causes are...
Applying the ‘Candidacy’ Model to Understand Access to Key Nutrition, Food & Health Services in LMIC Contexts: a Qualitative Study in Odisha, India
Published by: Springer
This article investigates access to nutrition and food services in three of the Indian state of Odisha’s traditionally poorer districts, where a large number of the state’s most marginalised populations live.