Universal Credit: The health impact for people who are experiencing homelessness
This report originated from a collaboration between King’s College London, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and Groundswell and explores experiences of Universal Credit for people who are homeless in London. A blog post about the project can be found here.
Healthy Returns: Opportunities for Market Based Solutions to Childhood Obesity
Led by the Food Foundation, this report analyses food expenditures by low-income households and explores a number of social enterprises to understand the potential of creating market-based solutions to improve children’s dietary health. The report was funded by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity and Big Society Capital and published in November 2018.
The challenges of local responses to food poverty in London: a summary of seminar discussions and presentations
Seminar report (29th June 2018)
Exploring the health challenges and inequalities of the new food aid system: a half-day symposium on working with and within food banks
Seminar report (16th July 2015)