Understanding food insecurity in Australia - Text description

Figure 2: Socio-ecological model of food security

  • PUBLIC POLICY (governments, peak bodies)
    • laws and policy
    • practice frameworks, doctrines, codes of conduct
  • COMMUNITY (regions, localities)
    • access, availability and affordability
    • transportation
  • ORGANISATIONAL (service and education organisations)
    • codes of conduct
    • practice guidelines
    • procedures
  • INTERPERSONAL (family, friends, community groups)
    • social norms and rules
    • cultural customs
  • INDIVIDUAL (individuals)
    • skills
    • knowledge
    • confidence
    • attitudes
    • beliefs
    • developmental stage
    • self-belief

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