It's just not right that so many working families are being pulled into poverty. How is Universal Credit a chance to release families from the grip of poverty? We look at creating an anti-poverty childcare system, special educational needs, and poverty and children's relationships.
In this powerful new short film, from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and Connected Pictures, the experiences of seven people from around the UK are boldly illustrated in their own words.
Why are working families still locked in poverty? How can Universal Credit be reformed to unlock families from in-work poverty? How can better progression for part-time staff help right the wrong of in-work poverty? We look at areas such as wages, productivity, and benefits.
Poverty is when your resources are well below your minimum needs.
This report, which has been produced in-house by the JRF Analysis Unit for the first time, examines poverty rates in the UK, and looks at how figures have changed over the past two decades.
This annual report examines the nature and scale of UK poverty and the effect of the UK poverty rate on the people gripped by it.
A framework for action in Wales.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s manifesto briefing for a prosperous and poverty free Scotland.
If you’re working on poverty issues in Wales and want to better engage others in campaigning for change, this event was for you.
A round-up of evidence on the relationship between housing and poverty.
Why should we tackle poverty in the UK – and how?
An explanation of JRF’s definition of poverty and the terms used in it.
The Talking about poverty project, run in partnership with the FrameWorks Institute, is developing a more effective way of communicating about UK poverty, based on new research.
The latest UK poverty data, statistics and analysis from JRF's Analysis Unit. Use this tool to find information about poverty rates and related issues in the United Kingdom.
JRF's response to the Department for Education on 'Measuring Child Poverty: a consultation on better measures of child poverty'.