With less than six months until the independence vote, Scotland needs to decide how it will house its poorest families.
When it comes to social change, we have a wealth of inspiring evidence. But, says Claire Ainsley, there are other ingredients needed to get the recipe right.
Poorer families are facing year-on-year cuts in the safety net following changes to Council Tax Support, says Sabrina Bushe.
'People are better off on benefits than working' is one of the most persistent myths about poverty in the UK. Chris Goulden explains why this simply isn't true - and why it misses the point anyway.
Harnessing the growing economy and new powers for cities brings a unique opportunity to reduce poverty, says Julia Unwin.
Opportunities are emerging for city policy-makers to influence changes in wages, skills funding and the cost of living, says Dr Paul Sissons of the Work Foundation.
With the independence referendum in Scotland approaching, Jim McCormick says both the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ campaigns can reduce child poverty by boosting the country’s childcare provision.
One in four young adults living alone now survives on less than half of what they need - less than £12 per day, says Donald Hirsch.
With almost a million more households living on less than what they need since the downturn, a lot of ground has to made up to help on the cost of living, says Katie Schmuecker.
Current welfare reforms may be exacerbating underlying feelings that prevent us from getting the help we need, suggests Helen Spandler.
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