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JRF is an independent social change organisation working to solve UK poverty.
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Helen Barnard Sep 25
Delighted to be part of this with ! Join us on Monday 5th October, 3.30pm, to hear a lively discussion about a new generation of good jobs to secure an economic recovery for all of us with Jonathan Gullis MP, PaulGoodmanCH (and me!)
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Katie Schmuecker Sep 25
Yesterday’s announcement won’t prevent the coming wave of unemployment that will hit the low paid and low skilled hardest. We urgently need to invest in good jobs for the future and a right to retrain so people are supported to adapt
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On Road Sep 25
3 reasons why it's essential that the Government makes the £20 uplift to Universal Credit permanent
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 25
How can chart a course to reduce poverty – especially for families with children? Join us and , , & Anthony Burns from for the launch of our new report, Poverty in Scotland 2020.
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 25
ICYMI earlier this week, we were joined by Shadow Chancellor , , and to discuss building a new generation of good jobs at . Catch up now over on our YouTube channel:
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 25
Thank you, Steven.
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ChurchActionPoverty Sep 25
Chancellor fails to take action to protect those hardest hit by Covid, say
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CitizensAdviceWoking Sep 25
1️⃣ Make the uplift permanent and 2️⃣ Ensure benefits keep pace with the cost of living 3️⃣ Review support for the self-employed is calling for bold action to support people through the coming months ⤵️
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Mike Hawking Sep 25
Lots of excellent points here from . The evidence from Europe is that use of short-time working schemes is more from manufacturing than service sectors. But the current situation is that it is service jobs that are most at risk.
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 25
An oncoming wave of unemployment is expected following 's . As many more will rely on the social security system, it's essential that it acts as a lifeline during these turbulent times. That's why the Government must
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FE News - The #FutureofEducation News Channel Sep 24
Chancellor fails to take action to protect those hardest hit by Covid Great article by examining 's
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Neil Gray MP Sep 24
Absolutely right, & what have been calling for with for a while, including yesterday at with no budget coming up must keep up pressure. Even after temp increase, UC recipients £1k per year worse off than 2011. Shocking
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 24
Join us on 5 October to mark the start of 's week and the release of our independent, state-of-the-nation report, Poverty in Scotland 2020. Register for free at:
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 24
"He needs to return to the despatch box soon with further measures to create jobs, invest in retraining and ensure the social security lifeline remains in place." Read JRF's in on the three gaps in 's
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Mike Hawking Sep 24
Some excellent recommendations from Skills Commission, which feel more relevant than ever as we face a coming wave of unemployment. Really pleased to have been able to contribute on behalf of with .
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 24
Following today's and announcement, there will be plenty to discuss at our upcoming event at the Conservative Party Conference - A ‘new generation of good jobs’ to secure an economic recovery for all of us. Sign up 👇
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Joseph Rowntree Fdn. Sep 24
"Jobs that have been viable in the past and will be again in the future need specific support to get through the current crisis." JRF's in on today's .
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The Big Issue Sep 24
Campaign groups have said there is still work to do to protect those hit hardest by the economic impact of covid-19 after Chancellor Rishi Sunak revealed his
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Aberlour Sep 24
Today we're celebrating a decade of the Service! A decade of hard work and commitment to helping 700 asylum-seeking and trafficked children and young people rebuild their lives in Scotland. Thanks to everyone who has made it possible!
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Helen Barnard Sep 24
New vlog👇 fell shortof the bold action we needed today. Job Support Scheme will protect some but many more will be lost. No new action to create good quality jobs, no promised Right to Retrain, no confirmation of the social security lifeline. ⁦
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