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1539335838 Basic income podcast The podcast of our recent seminar on basic income by Prof Evelyn Forget is now online.

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Published
18 October 2018
Cpw17_square_logo_with_strapline_listing Challenge Poverty Week 2018 This annual awareness week highlights the realities of poverty and aims to increase public support for action to combat poverty.

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Published
05 October 2018
1528201490 Poverty isn’t inevitable, local action is possible For Challenge Poverty Week 2018, Dr Sonya Scott discusses actions to tackle poverty.

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Published
05 October 2018
1528201490 Families running on empty Are we turning a blind eye to the spiralling levels of unsecure personal debt used ‘to make ends meet’ among vulnerable households?

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Published
02 October 2018
1528201524 New: the public health implications of rising debt This Challenge Poverty Week, we’re highlighting concerns about the potential damage to mental and physical health from the high levels of personal, unsecure debt currently seen in the UK.

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Published
02 October 2018
Building_connections_1_-_final_listing Deep End Advice Worker pilot project evaluation published Our new publication evaluates the pilot Deep End Advice Worker project, which delivered £850,000 worth of unclaimed benefit entitlement to patients in the east end.

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Published
14 September 2017
1528201490 How does work affect your quality of life and health? Lisa Garnham has been working with community researchers as part of our exploring neighbourhood change project, in this blog they discuss their experiences undertaking research in their communities.

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Published
05 June 2017
1528201509 “It takes all of us”: a whole-school approach to reduce the cost of the school day Marion Fairweather discusses the value of working together with stakeholders and using a whole-school approach to reducing the cost of the school day.

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Published
19 October 2016
1528201509 Can we do more to prevent poverty and adversity in childhood? Guest blogger Pauline Craig looks at recent research into early childhood experiences and outcomes in later life.

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Published
30 September 2016
1528201524 Payday lending and public health Our new briefing paper summarises key evidence on the potential harm of payday lending, and how it represents a risk to population health.

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Published
02 September 2016