Radical Community Hunger Response Ability: Learning Partnerships with “Others”

Project: Research


This study examines alterity in cross-sector hunger partnerships, specifically problematising the absence of community within community-focused initiatives. Adopting an emancipatory praxis methodology (devised by Hutton and Heath 2020) the study will design a learning partnership with Others, whereby hunger solutions are designed by the community for the community. Learning partnerships facilitate an original approach to framing social problems and initiate a mindset of innovation within communities. Experiences of alterity are therefore minimised as communities co-design the hunger solutions that will be more relevant and more sustainable to their well-being, enabling policy agendas to be assessed and prioritised more effectively.
Effective start/end date1/09/211/10/22

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