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Nick Raine Jun 19
Rising levels of in working families “In the mid-1990s, 37% of those in poverty lived in a working household. That has reached 58%”
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Bread Institute 2m
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Andrzej Klimczuk Jun 19
from 'over-medicalised' - BBC News
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Sean Cairncross 4h
Excited to be joining today! I can’t wait to jump in to help advance MCC’s mission to reduce through economic growth.
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ICHHDUBLIN Jun 15
Our food redistribution centre now provides 27 different organizations with food provisions. This equates to 2,500 people per month who are living in direct poverty. Due to demand we are massively expanding the program all with the help of .
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#HousingFirst UK 21h
Child poverty above 50% in 10 UK constituencies
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Karen Galway 1m
Super overview of some of the biggest challenges of addressing in from , key issues include We need our policy makers back!
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Elavon UK 3h
Some of our UK employees got down to the recently to help sort through bags of donations and steam clothes ready to be sold. Hope is a progressive anti-poverty charity that works to improve the lives of anyone affected by , especially
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OttawaSalvationArmy 4h
Over 600,000 Canadian seniors are living in . No person should have to choose between paying rent and buying medication. Poverty is hiding in Canada.
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GivHOPE Africa 5h
GivHOPE enthusiastically welcomes Merra aboard its Hope train. Please, Merra, seize this opportunity and believe in this small micro-project for income generating revenue and alleviation beginning. We're going to make sure you turn your life around. Remain positive
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CentreforMH 6h
"Are we over-medicalising poverty-related distress?" In a new blog following research from , Felicity Thomas argues that everyday stresses caused by poverty are increasingly being pathologised:
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Raghavendra Verma 5h
Top 1% of Indians own 59% of the national wealth. The bottom 90% own only 19% : Newly released Social Development Report.
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IFS Jun 20
Rising in-work isn't just about low pay. It's about high housing costs for poorer households, and cuts to benefits since 2010. It's also about increasing pensioner incomes and higher levels of employment than we've ever seen. Read more:
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Youth Leadership Programme 3h
Eradicating is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice and the key to unlocking an enormous human potential. Still, nearly half of the world’s population lives in poverty! can help achieve of to end poverty in all its forms everywhere!
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Nathan McGibney 5h
. Visions SafeGuarding Director Elisa Nisan speaking at on the prevention of sexual exploitation & abuse. and place & at distinct risk. Organizations must work together & not independently - this is a sector-wide challenge
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Northern Alliance: Poverty/Closing The Gap 7h
Worthwhile meeting with Professor John McKendrick regarding recent research around the poverty agenda
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IFS 11h
", long associated with being out of work and with old age, is now mostly a phenomenon experienced by people who are actually in work or who are living in a household where someone is in work". New from :
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