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Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion 2012
This year’s report comes during a period of cuts to social security benefits and reforms to benefits for sick and disabled people but before the introduction of universal credit (UC) in 2013. Besides...
Monitoirng poverty and social exclusion 2013: Executive summary
The latest annual report from the New Policy Institute brings together the most recent data to present a comprehensive picture of poverty in the UK.
Monitoring poverty and social exclusion 2014
Table 1 draws together the key trends shown in this report. It shows how a range of indicators compare with the situation ten years ago and five years ago – are things better, worse or the same?...
Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion 2006
This is the ninth in a series of annual reports which began in 1998 with the aim of providing an independent assessment of the progress being made in eliminating poverty and reducing social exclusion...
Care Providers, Care Receivers
This report analyses the characteristics of people who provide unpaid care to family and friends, and characteristics associated with becoming a caregiver. It also looks at trends in the movement of...
Voices of people experiencing poverty in Scotland
This research gives those experiencing poverty in Scotland the opportunity to identify the issues that affect them, so that their views can inform policy debate.
Poverty among ethnic groups
This paper discusses how the rates of income poverty differ between different ethnic groups and provides an analysis for the reasons for some of these differences.
Social well-being in extra care housing
This study looks at ways of promoting and facilitating the social well-being of ‘frail’ people living in extra care housing.
Our lives, our communities
The study, from Central England People First, shows how 15 adults with learning diffi culties live and what they think about their lives.