Survey now live – community organisations asked to share experiences of tackling food insecurity during the coronavirus crisis

The Poverty and Inequality Commission’s survey on local areas’ experiences of food insecurity during the coronavirus crisis is now live.

This is a follow-up to our previous work with frontline organisations which we carried out at the start of April. We are asking local community organisations across Scotland to complete this online survey to find out more about any challenges and to identify emerging good practice.

We are hoping to reach as many community organisations as possible so please do share the link provided or retweet from our twitter account. Your opinions and experiences matter to us.

We will share the findings within two weeks of the survey closing and will publish them on our website.

Professor McKendrick of the Scottish Poverty and Inequality Research Unit at Glasgow Caledonian University is administering this survey on behalf of the Commission. The closing date is Friday 22nd May.

For further information, please feel free to contact Professor McKendrick or contact

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