Hunger Pains: Life Inside Foodbank Britain

Hunger Pains: Life Inside Foodbank Britain

English | ISBN: 1447329112 | 2016 | PDF | 209 Pages | 3.17 MB

In the years since the UK Government embarked on its harsh austerity program, food poverty has become a major issue, and food banks have been forced into a major role in the lives of countless citizens.

This book is built on hundreds of hours of interviews with the people who rely on food banks today, as well as with the volunteers who keep them running on tight budgets and in difficult conditions. Kayleigh Garthwaite brings to the book her own experience volunteering in a food bank, and the result is a close-up, empathetic, politically potent portrait of a sadly essential part of daily life in today's Britain.


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