Aeschilman, Gordon, and Tony Campolo (1992). 50 Ways You Can Feed a Hungry World. Sussex: Kingsway Publications Ltd. 6 pounds. ISBN 0-85476-297-3. Kingsway Publications Ltd., Lottbridge Drive, Eastbourne, E Sussex BN23 6NT, United Kingdom.
This book is aimed at youth groups and briefly suggests 50 ways to help at local and international levels. Suggestions are practical and diverse. They include lifestyle changes, group activities, and career choices. Videos, books, and organizations are also listed.
McCuen, Gary (1986). World Hunger and Social Justice. Hudson, WI: GEM Publications Inc. $12.95.
A textbook reviewing the crisis in world hunger in terms of economic variables and foreign relations and focusing on a new world order. Activities and discussion questions are suggested for reasoning and skill development.
Otero, George, and Gary Smith (1989). Teaching about Food and Hunger. Denver: Center for Teaching International Relations. Center for Teaching International Relations, University of Denver, 2201 South Gaylord St., Denver, CO 80208, tel 303-871-3106, fax 303-871-2906.
The volume contains a wide variety of supplementary teaching activities designed to complement existing curricula related to food and hunger issues. There are activities to help teach about food production and distribution, nutrition, food shortages, food habits, meal planning, and other topics currently being dealt with in junior and senior high schools as well as in community groups. Some activities are discussion starters, some present factual data, some focus on critical thinking skills, and some are simulations.
Rubin, Laurie (1984). Food First urriculum. San Francisco: Institute for Food and Development Policy. $12. Institute for Food and Development Policy, 145 9th St., San Francisco, CA 94103, tel 415-864-8555.
Tailored for the 6th grade with modifications for 4th-5th and 7th-8th. Deals with issues of world hunger and food distribution.
UNICEF-UK (1992). We Are What We Eat!--But Who Controls Our Choice? London: UNICEF-UK. 4.95 pounds. ISBN 1-871440-00-9. UNICEF-UK, Lincolns Inn Fields, London WC2A 3NB, United Kingdom.
This teachers book is an active learning project on food and nutrition for primary-aged students. It is designed to raise awareness about all the issues attached to food supply. Shows ranges of choice and causes of a reduced choice of food. The project moves from a personal look at food to a global view. Each unit contains teaching aims.
van Buren, Carla (1981). Children Hungering for Justice. Denver: Center for Teaching International Relations. Center for Teaching International Relations, University of Denver, 2201 South Gaylord St., Denver, CO 80208, tel 303-871-3106, fax 303-871-2906.
See abstract under "Children."
Williams, Sonia (1987). Exploding the Hunger Myths. San Francisco: Institute for Food and Development Policy. $15.00 Institute for Food and Development Policy, 145-9th St., San Francisco, CA 94103, tel 415-864-8555.
This curriculum provides materials very useful to exploring the right to food and the social responsibility of citizens to work to fulfill it. It also offers an excellent basis for studying issues that constitute obstacles to human rights such as poverty, scarcity, Sedinology, and aspects of the global resource distribution system.