Tag: New Statesman

New Statesman 2016 Supplement: If you don’t take action, who will? A Good Society Without Poverty

Whose responsibility is poverty? There is a growing consensus that current narratives around poverty have failed and that a new approach is needed to create a good society – one...

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New Statesman 2015 Supplement: Business and Poverty

Should business play a role in addressing poverty in the UK? Who should solve the problem of poverty in the UK? This is a central question posed by the Webb...

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Press Release: Civil society and Poverty

Press release May 2014 to accompany New Statesman/Webb Memorial Trust supplement and launch of APPG Poverty report into civil society and poverty

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New Statesman 2014 Supplement: Civil Society and Poverty

Read the latest New Statesman supplement from the Webb Memorial Trust on the role of civil society in tackling poverty

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New Statesman Supplement: Busting the Poverty Myths

The Webb Memorial Trust is interested to hear your views on the issues covered in this supplement. You may agree with our contributors or you may disagree. You may...

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Tackling poverty and inequality

What would Beatrice Webb say about poverty in the UK today? The problem of social policy is not a new one. Indeed, it is education on this very subject that...

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