In a world which grows more than enough food to feed everyone, 35,000 people die of hunger each day. Food is one of our basic needs, but our right to have enough to eat is not recognized everywhere. This month NI asks the simple question ‘why are people still hungry?’ and finds the usual answers indefensible. We tell the stories of people from different parts of the world fighting the politics of greed in their efforts to overcome hunger.
May 1995, Issue 267