Inspiring Social Change

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is an independent organisation working to inspire social change through research, policy and practice

Counting the cost of UK poverty

1st Aug 2016
Woman in wheelchair

Disability and poverty in later life

12th Aug 2016

Destitution in the UK

27th Apr 2016

Overcoming deprivation and disconnection in UK cities

15th Aug 2016

A Minimum Income Standard for the UK in 2016

20th Jul 2016
Passport in jeans

The impacts of international migration on poverty in the UK

29th Jul 2016

Life on a low income in the UK today

15th Jul 2016

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Brian Robson

To solve homelessness, we need Housing First

25th Aug 2016
Newspapers

People pushed to the margins driven to vote for Brexit

31st Aug 2016
A city landscape

Overcoming deprivation and disconnection in UK cities

15th Aug 2016
JRF Data

Poverty after housing costs by housing tenure

30th Jun 2016

Solve UK Poverty

The level of poverty in the UK is shameful. This should be a place where everyone can live a decent, secure life. Instead, 13 million people – half of whom are in a working family – are living without enough to meet their needs.

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