Global food shortages are having devastating affects in many corners of the globe. This detailed, wide-ranging program breaks down the different areas of food – from the availability and distribution, to why some people have more than others. Viewers will hear from leading health experts at Oxfam and the Red Cross, as they discuss why food inequity occurs and what’s being done to address the problem. An ideal resource for health, economic and geography learners in middle secondary, this program offers essential viewing in understanding a range of current social and political issues.
Chapter 1: What is food equity?
Chapter 2: Who is affected by food inequity?
Chapter 3: What factors affect food equity?
Chapter 4: Malnutrition: The cost of food inequity,
Chapter 5: Can we solve food inequity?
Chapter 6: Credits
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