Breaking Bread Together– A world without hunger is to get people thinking and
talking about food justice issues. Caritas is running it in association with Social Justice
Week 2012 which falls on 9-15 September. But we’ll be blogging and conversing well
beyond the week, as we reflect on the theme Our Daily Bread: Putting food on the
We’re seeking to break open the issues around food security and hunger, both in
Aotearoa New Zealand and around the world.
Complementing our main Social Justice Week resources for schools and parishes,
this site is intended to help you engage with, debate and discuss the issues around
food and justice, and provide a space for you to contribute your own ideas and
Check out Our Daily Blog – with contributors from Caritas staff, friends and
associates. Add your own thoughts, reflections, videos and links on Food for
Thought. Find out more through our links to videos, games, news, other web
resources and one or two hefty reports which provide the facts and analysis on why
people go hungry – and what can be done about it.
Social Justice Week is an initiative of New Zealand’s Catholic Bishops. Held each
September, it promotes action and reflection on social issues of our day in the light
of the Gospel and Catholic social teaching
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand is the New Zealand Catholic Bishops’ agency
for justice, peace and development. We are also a member of the Caritas
Internationalis network of 165 Catholic development and humanitarian agencies
working in over 200 countries and territories around the world.
Charities Registration No CC36055.