A People’s Food Policy (UK) was published in June 2017. The document was written and researched by a group of people involved with a variety of organizations, with chapters co-edited by a wider group. 'A People’s Food Policy' is supported by a wide range of initiatives: over 150 food and farming initiatives, community groups, grassroots organizations, unions and NGOs have contributed to the analysis, ideas and proposals in A People’s Food Policy. However, the scope of this document is wide and the input and/or support of an organisation and/or person does not necessarily imply endorsement of everything covered.
Creative commons license[edit | edit source]
The June 2017 document is published under a Creative commons license, (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0))
Notes on this wiki version[edit | edit source]
Build a resilient movement, crowd source ideas, build alliances[edit | edit source]
The June 2017 document, A People’s Food Policy, includes a section on "Building a resilient movement". This section talks of the desire to crowd source ideas, build alliances and interest in creating a "wiki website". This wiki version is intended as a helpful response to those suggestions.
What's included here[edit | edit source]
The focus here is on those parts of the document which others may wish to help evolve, through further editing, additions, questions (e.g on comment pages), etc. So not all parts of the June 2017 document may be included here, but of course anyone interested is encouraged to look at the source document See note about references from the source document below
A note on images[edit | edit source]
Any images used here need to be open license, so usually will be different from those in the source document.
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Each wiki 'page' includes a 'Whole document' navigation box towards the top right, in addition to the Contents box for the page itself.
See also[edit | edit source]
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Notes and references[edit | edit source]
- A People’s Food Policy, A4 single page version, pp 1-9
- Initially references from the source document (apart from on page notations) are not being copied across, though the numbers are retained as ordinary numbers after a "/" for reference back to the source document e.g. "An estimated over eight million people across England, Wales and Northern Ireland experience food insecurity and struggle to eat even one meal a day. /1"