On Saturday, 10th November CAFOD officially launched ‘Hungry for Change’, a campaign which is calling for fundamental changes in the global food system so that power is more justly shared between rich and poor people, and more people can have access to enough food. It is estimated that 870 million people worldwide do not have enough food. Hunger is the world’s No 1 health risk, killing more people every year than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.
250 campaigners from England and Wales gathered at the launch in Westminster Cathedral Hall to show their support and learn more about the campaign. Among the campaigners were 5 young people and 2 members of CAFOD staff from North Wales.
Martha Barnes was one of these young campaigners, and this is what she said about the day here: