Inspiring Social Change

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

A Minimum Income Standard for the UK in 2016

20th Jul 2016
Father and Daughter

Falling short: the experiences of families below the Minimum Income Standard

15th Jul 2016

Destitution in the UK

27th Apr 2016

Creating an anti-poverty childcare system

27th Jan 2016

Life on a low income in the UK today

15th Jul 2016
EU flags

The EU Referendum and UK Poverty

24th May 2016
Person walking

How does housing affect work incentives for people in poverty?

22nd Feb 2016

Starting the conversation – working together to solve poverty


Claire Ainsley

Worst-off people and places cannot now be ignored

27th Jun 2016
Mum and daughter

Working parents hit living standards ceiling due to high childcare costs

20th Jul 2016

Employment opportunities for Muslims in the UK inquiry submission

25th Mar 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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