Take action on World Food Day - Sunday October 16th. Support the 900 million people that go hungry every day – in a world that has enough food for everyone.
That’s why we're speaking out about food. To make the richer nations fulfill their pledges to feed the hungry. And to make sure that people in developing countries know their rights. That’s food justice.
On World Food Day you have a chance to make our leaders listen. Local leaders and world leaders.
You can download our letters to send to your local leaders, MPs or Government.
Try holding a walk of witness to hand-deliver the letters during the week!
When the world's richest nations met in November, food was on their agenda. We were there to urge them to listen to the voice of the developing world and take action that will help the poorest communities.
The Anglican Alliance is also following up on the commitment to food security in a conference on economic empowerment in September. The conference will examine the role of micro credit in agriculture and particularly for subsistence farmers.
Earlier this year, seven of our Archbishops in G20 countries took the lead and wrote to agriculture ministers in their countries calling for action on behalf of the world’s hungry.