People living in poverty are the experts – film-makers and editors need to listen to them when making programmes, say the Poverty Truth Commission
The report of the 2000 Commission on Poverty, Participation and Power, which was set up to explore how people with experiences of poverty could be involved in the policy making that affects their lives.
How can we tackle child poverty? We look at creating an anti-poverty childcare system, special educational needs, and poverty and children's relationships.
The proportion of people who remain in poverty for several years is lower in the UK than in the rest of Europe. Most moves in or out of poverty are associated with a decrease or increase in paid work.
The absolute and relative poverty measures tell similar stories but the material deprivation measure suggests a different trend. Moreover, the difference in deprivation by family types with similar incomes is striking.
How attitudes to poverty have changed since the 2008 financial crash.
The Talking about poverty project, run in partnership with the FrameWorks Institute and National Children’s Bureau, is developing a more effective way of communicating about UK poverty, based on new research.
A review of sociological theories on the causes of poverty.
A review of how poverty has been understood and analysed in contemporary political philosophy.
A review of psychological research into the causes and consequences of poverty.
An overview of the main economic theories relating to the causes of and responses to poverty in the UK
This report asks what a focus on severe child poverty adds to our understanding of child poverty and what it may suggest in terms of future strategic approaches and policy solutions.
This resource pack aims to help journalism tutors, trainers and students to understand the issues involved in reporting UK poverty, and offers practical advice on how to tackle the subject.