Lydia Medland and Sam Scott have written a blog concerning the scheme that is set to replace the ‘Seasonal Worker Pilot’ in December 2021 and its potential repercussions.
Recently a number of the team in CCRI were joined by other academics and discussed the long-awaited second part of England’s National Food Strategy. The collective have written this article about the strategy and its proposals.
We are delighted to present a guest blog by Dr John Lever and Dr James Scott Vandeventer from the University of Huddersfield about an aquaponics farm in West Yorkshire.
Artist Kerry Morrison has written further reflections on her week spent in Manchester’s Whitworth Park with Jasmine Black as part of the Changing Treescapes AHRC project.
Artist Kerry Morrison has written some reflections on her week spent in Manchester’s Whitworth Park with Jasmine Black as part of the Changing Treescapes AHRC project.
CCRI Research Assistant, Jasmine Black has recently spent time exploring Manchester’s Whitworth park ahead of undertaking two weeks of fieldwork there for the Changing Treescapes project. She has written this reflective piece about her experiences there.
This blog presents an analysis of small-scale farmers’ resilience in Masvingo, Zimbabwe. It was written by a research team led by Stefania Lemke at Coventry University.
The CCRI Winter School took place last month in exceptional circumstances. Although in the virtual environment it was still a warm and supportive one. PhD student Pippa Simmonds recounts the activities across the three days.
Jessica Duncan from Wageningen University & Dr Priscilla Claeys, from Coventry University summaris key findings from their recently published report Gender, COVID-19 and Food Systems: Impacts, Community Responses and Feminist Policy Demands, which examines how women working across food systems are experiencing and responding to the crisis and its outcomes.
The Food Research Collaboration has launched an interactive Policy Tracker that shows how the English government’s responses to the unfolding Covid-19 crisis affected the food system, with parallel versions for South Africa and India. FRC Director Rosalind Sharpe, explains why the FRC thought it was important to capture policy as it unfolded.