Food concerns are easily relegated to the private, domestic arena. This volume shows where the real powers lie, and provides some means for redressing the balance.
1 Joined–up Food Policy? The Trials of Governance, Public Policy and the Food System 1David Barling, Tim Lang and Martin Caraher
2 Patenting Our Food Failure: Intellectual Property rights and the Global Food System 20Geoff Tansey
3 The Evolution of Food Safety Policy–making Institutions in the UK, EU and Codex Alimentarius 38Erik Millstone and Patrick van Zwanenberg
4 Food Safety and Consumers: Constructions of Choice and Risk 54Alizon Draper and Judith Green
5 Food Security: Rights, Livelihoods and the World Food Summit–Five Years Later 70Karim Hussein
6 Food Banks and Food Security: Welfare Reform, Human Rights and Social Policy. Lessons from Canada? 91Graham Riches
7 Food aid in Complex Emergencies: Lessons from Sudan 106Elizabeth Ojaba, Anne Itto Leonardo and Margaret Itto Leonardo
8 School Meals Policy: The Problem with Governing Children 127Ulla Gustafsson
9 Food and Poverty in Britain: Rights and Responsibilities 140Elizabeth Dowler
Catherine Jones Finer is the Series Editor for Broadening Perspectives on Social Policy and one of the editors of Social Policy and Administration.