Niall Cooper, Director of Church Action on Poverty and a lead organiser in the End Hunger UK campaign, has been confirmed as a speaker for Hope and Hunger 2017.
Niall has been at the forefront of political action and research in the field of hunger and food insecurity in the UK for the last seven years. Along with Sarah Dumpleton, he was co-author of the influential 'Walking the Breadline; the Scandal of Food Poverty in 21st Century Britain'. More details to follow on 'Speakers' page.
Hope and Hunger is also keen to draw attention to these forthcoming events on faith and food insecurity:
Cambridge: Wednesday 29 March
7:30pm, Emmanuel United Reformed Church, Trumpington Street, CB2 1RR. Jointly hosted by St Columba’s and Emmanuel URCs, with contributions including Cambridge Foodbank. Contacts: Janet Bottoms email@example.com and Chris Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
South London: Wednesday 29 March
7:30pm Trinity Congregational Church, St Mathews Rd, Brixton. Organised by Effra Road Chapel and Trinity Congregational Church with presentations, food, musical entertainment and a time for everyone to put their ideas forward. Bruce Bebington email@example.com
10:30am - 5:00pm. Saturday 3rd June, 2017.
Abbey House, Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3RS
For more information contact: Hopeandhunger2017@gmail.com
Conference artwork generously donated by Lottie Stoddart and Lacuna magazine.