Christianity, Poverty and Politics in the 21st Century City
Life on the Breadline is a three year multi-disciplinary ESRC-funded project analysing the nature, scope and impact of Christian engagement with urban poverty in the UK in the context of austerity since the 2008 financial crisis.
thank you @hastie_PhD for welcoming me to give a guest lecture to 1st year @covcampus geographers this morning, it was great to talk about the geographies of religion and food, and to share about our @CTPSR_Coventry #BreadlineResearch
@hodgehillvicar @revkimbrown @paulbayes @therealsjpf @BishopMark1 @povertytruthnet @churchpoverty @churchofengland @andrewgrinnell @apjwilliams Thanks Al, @revkimbrown you might be interested in our #BreadlineResearch which had a workshop last year on challenging structural injustice https://breadlineresearch.coventry.ac.uk/transforming-structural-injustice/
“We have to find better ways of supporting one another as a society than leaving people to rely on food charity” says @emmarevie at @TrussellTrust #BreadlineResearch
An excellent piece by @eatingwaste on the origins, responses, contradictions and aspirations of food banks in the UK, USA, and beyond #BreadlineResearch