This report contains over fifty policy proposals across nine chapters. These policy proposals were developed in collaboration with numerous grassroots groups, unions, community organisers, campaigners and NGOs, together with extensive research into innovative food policy making across Europe and internationally.

In order for A People’s Food Policy to be effective we need to develop an actionable plan with objectives and targets which identifies: 1. which policy proposals need urgent implementation; and 2. which policies must be implemented in order to facilitate the roll-out of other proposals.

The next phase of the project involves mapping out how these policies should be implemented and on what timescale. Over the next few years, we seek to work together as civil society, grassroots organizations, unions and NGOs with policy makers and researchers. Now is the time to bring together all our skills, resources, training, experiential knowledge and lived experiences in order to map out how the policy proposals and recommendations we have put together can be implemented at local and national levels in England.

Infographic: Our key proposals from the nine policy chapters in Section B, demonstrating how the implementation of all policies must be carried out in an integrated way in order to achieve our vision.

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