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Rethinking Poverty – What Makes a Good Society?

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Living Hand to Mouth gives a voice to children experiencing food poverty

A new book, Living Hand to Mouth, ‘details the lives of children whose parents can’t afford to put regular meals on the table’. Using the first-hand accounts of 51...

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REPORT: Civil Society and a Good Society

Civil Society and a Good Society: Conclusions from Collaborative Conversations The Webb Memorial Trust commissioned Edge Hill University’s Institute of Public Policy and Professional Practice to examine civil society’s response...

Tags:  Civil Society  Fairness Commissions  Good Society  

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Buy or Download Rethinking Poverty

Rethinking Poverty – What Makes a Good Society? In our society, a wealthy minority flourish, while around one-fifth experience chronic poverty and many people on middle incomes fear for...

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E-BOOK: Housing, poverty and the good society: what can we achieve by 2025?

2017 marks the 75th anniversary of the Beveridge Report, which was heavily influenced by Beatrice and Sidney Webb’s research on social reform. The report offered a post-war strategy for...

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REPORT: Social Housing and the Good Society

Social Housing and the Good Society: Policy Futures Report This is a the final report for the Webb Memorial Trust by the University of Birmingham’s Housing and Communities Research Group exploring change in...

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Winner of the 2017 Webb Memorial Trust essay competition: Amy-Grace Whillans-Wheldrake

  ‘In the light of Brexit, what can low income communities in the UK do to organise themselves to become more resilient and self-sufficient?’ Congratulations to Amy-Grace Whillans-Wheldrake, winner...

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