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What is A Menu for Change?

Our project partners highlight the food insecurity challenge faced in Scotland and how our project plans to tackle it. This short video filmed at our The Scottish Parliament is a brief introduction to our project. It features all our project partners from Oxfam...

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Who Uses Food banks?

Research published this week provides important new insights into food bank use in the UK. The study by Oxford University is the largest yet to investigate the profile of people who are turning to food banks for help. Findings show the vulnerable status of high...

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Get involved with A Menu for Change

Last night saw the launch of A Menu for Change at the Scottish Parliament. Staff and volunteers from community projects, as well as statutory services, elected representatives, policy makers, and local people attended to learn about this exciting new project and how...

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A Menu for Change: Cash, Rights, Food

A Menu for Change: Cash, Rights, Food

Anela Anwar – Programme Manager, Oxfam Scotland Time is running out to prevent food banks becoming a permanent part of Scotland’s social safety net. A decade ago, they barely existed. Now, they’re prolific. Yet food isn’t in short supply: anyone who’s been to...

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