Conclusion: Food Charity in Europe
Lambie-Mumford, H., & Silvasti, T. (2020). Conclusion: Food Charity in Europe. In H. Lambie-Mumford, & T. Silvasti (Eds.), The Rise of Food Charity in Europe (pp. 219-242). Policy Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctvzgb6dt.15
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This edited collection provides the first comprehensive study of the rise of food charity across Europe. This concluding chapter pulls together the findings of all the individual case studies to analyse what comparisons can be drawn regarding the growth of this type of charitable provision across the continent over the last few decades. The aim of this book is to use food charity as a lens through which to examine changing responses to poverty in the context of shifting social policies, and the data provided by the case studies have demonstrated just how important a lens food charity is in.. [continues]
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