Without Access to Justice: The Work and Welfare Problems Driving Food Insecurity – In-Person Event

This event is now sold out – click here to download the report and click here to join us at our online event on 23rd January.


You are invited to join The University of Liverpool School of Law and Social Justice and Feeding Liverpool for the launch of their new report: ‘Without access to justice: The work and welfare problems driving food insecurity’.

This event will include a presentation from the report authors, reflections from key local stakeholders and a facilitated discussion exploring how organisations and communities across Liverpool can respond to the recommendations in the report.

Date: Wednesday 17th January 

Time: 2pm – 4pm 

Location: The University of Liverpool School of Law and Social Justice 


Professor Lydia Hayes, University of Liverpool

Dr Naomi Maynard, Feeding Liverpool


Andrew Forsey, Director, Feeding Britain

Jane Corbett, Chair of the Poverty Action Group, Liverpool City Council

Bob Kelly, Unison Regional Education Organiser, North West

Jay McKenna, Regional Secretary, TUC North West


Please book your free ticket to attend this event: Report Launch and discussion: Without access to justice Tickets, Wed, Jan 17, 2024 at 2:00 PM | Eventbrite

If you’re prefer to join the online launch on Tuesday 23rd January please click  here