Policy responses to food insecurity in remote Indigenous communities: Social security, store pricing and Indigenous food sovereignty
The proportion of remote-living Indigenous people who lived in a household that ran out of food, and could not afford to purchase more, increased from 32.8% to 38.6% between 2012–2013 and 2018–2019. This paper outlines policy options to respond to the increasing prevalence of remote Indigenous food insecurity. We argue that while it may be possible to reduce the price of food in remote stores to some degree, the cost of commercial food provision in remote Indigenous communities is likely to...[Show more]
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