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Is Australia really the lucky country? The who, what, why and how to address food insecurity, with Dr. Sue Kleve

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Dr. Sue Kleve is a public health nutrition researcher and senior lecturer with the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food at Monash University. Sue has over 20 years’ experience working across community and public health nutrition settings in Australia. In this episode Sue provides insights into why more and more Australians are experiencing food insecurity in Australia and mechanisms to address the underlying determinants of this wicked problem.

For further information, check out Sue's
researcher profile at Monash University, and Twitter (X) page.
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CREDITS
Host: Sophie Wright-Pedersen
With thanks to Dr. Sue Kleve for her time and thoughts
The Foodies in the Field podcast would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which this podcast was made, the Turrbal and Yuggera people of Meanjin, as well as the lands from where Sue was speaking from
and where you may be listening from today. We pay respects to elders both past and present and acknowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were the first foodies of this nation where food systems, knowledge and practices have always been deeply embedded in this country long before colonisation.

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Dr. Sue Kleve is a public health nutrition researcher and senior lecturer with the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food at Monash University. Sue has over 20 years’ experience working across community and public health nutrition settings in Australia. In this episode Sue provides insights into why more and more Australians are experiencing food insecurity in Australia and mechanisms to address the underlying determinants of this wicked problem.

For further information, check out Sue's
researcher profile at Monash University, and Twitter (X) page.
Key links related to this episode

CONTACT US
Send us your thoughts or questions about the episode or the podcast in general
Via Instagram
@fromfoodiesinthefield
Via Twitter
@foodies_field
Via email foodiesinthefield@outlook.com
And we’d love it if you left a review of the podcast
CREDITS
Host: Sophie Wright-Pedersen
With thanks to Dr. Sue Kleve for her time and thoughts
The Foodies in the Field podcast would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which this podcast was made, the Turrbal and Yuggera people of Meanjin, as well as the lands from where Sue was speaking from
and where you may be listening from today. We pay respects to elders both past and present and acknowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were the first foodies of this nation where food systems, knowledge and practices have always been deeply embedded in this country long before colonisation.

Support the Show.

  continue reading

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