What is inequality? - Food and hunger | ActionAid UK

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What is inequality? - Food and hunger

This activity-led Key Stage 2 resource gets your pupils investigating food inequality and how hunger affects millions of people around the globe. Includes the starter ‘What is inequality?’, a selection of engaging activities and three case studies of children facing hunger and its consequences.

What’s in my download?

To help your class understand some of the causes of inequality and the effect which inequality has on people’s lives, we’ve packaged:

  • Facts and key words to give your class an understanding of the scale of food inequality
  • An immersive group activity designed to highlight some of the devastating choices which families have to make
  • Case studies of real children whose lives are effected by food inequality every day

Find out more about ActionAid’s work on food and hunger

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What’s in my download?

To help your class understand some of the causes of inequality and the effect which inequality has on people’s lives, we’ve packaged:

  • Facts and key words to give your class an understanding of the scale of food inequality
  • An immersive group activity designed to highlight some of the devastating choices which families have to make
  • Case studies of real children whose lives are effected by food inequality every day

Find out more about ActionAid’s work on food and hunger

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