People of all ethnicities experience poverty, but the risk is higher for some groups in particular.
A review of research to aid examination of the links between poverty and educational attainment in the UK.
Julia Unwin, Chief Executive of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation said:
In this review of the Government's Supporting People Programme, Steve Griffiths examines whether all the right connections have been made to strengthen support for independent living.
What causes people to experience 'recurrent' poverty?
An examination of how poverty impacts on younger children’s experience of school, focusing on life in primary schools in Northern Ireland.
How housing can mitigate or exacerbate the impact of poverty on people's lives.
The UK – like many other developed nations – is badly in need of big ideas to solve poverty, says Claire Ainsley.
This analysis examines current approaches to integrating research in social welfare into social care practice and management and considers their effectiveness.
An account of the development of the UK’s first Social Enterprise Zone, which aims to make local experience central to tackling regeneration.
This report identifies and examines a range of potential solutions to meet the needs of people living on the margins of financial services.
This research examines how social networks help or hinder people in moving out of poverty, looking at whether this varies within and between different ethnic groups living in urban and rural England.
This research considers ways to reduce poverty according to household circumstances and introduce measures to support working parents.
This study reports on an action research programme designed to assist local people to be better informed, empowered and more effective in their community roles.
This study explores the interaction between migrants’ social relationships in their community (their social capital) and the development of a stable and integrated society (social cohesion) at the local level.
This paper examines the relationship between globalisation and inequality in the UK and other OECD states.