Deven Ghelani and Terrin Mathew present two new policy modelling approaches to help councils look to post COVID-19 recovery.
Councils get faster data insights to boost their Covid-19 recovery thanks to Innovate UK funding secured by Policy in Practice.
Today’s new legacy benefits run-on eases the transition to Universal Credit for some, but not all, households. Personal advice is essential.
Policy in Practice partners with Adecco Working Ventures to help tackle unemployment using data analysis
The looming unemployment crisis needs new solutions. Policy in Practice partners with Adecco Working Ventures to unlock data analytics to help.
Guest authort Mark Cosens discusses his new report, Employment Response to Coronavirus, and how employment support services must now evolve.
Self-employed people may be affected by complex surplus earnings rules which will affect the amount of Universal Credit they receive. In this blog post we look at the best advice frontline advisors can give.
Sue McCarron shares how frontline staff at Citizens Advice Wirral use the Benefit and Budgeting Calculator to support customers with fluctuating incomes.
New research shows that low sick pay may undermine Test and Trace as people on low incomes could lose £100’s of pounds if they are asked to self isolate.
In this webinar, Zoe Charlesworth presented new nationwide analysis on the Hardship Fund allocations and discussed what this means for collection rates. Megan Mclean explored what this means for those who become newly unemployed, as well as CTR support schemes. Finally, Deven Ghelani looked at what councils can do now to proactively support people.
Benefit capped households are set to double as a result of the interaction of the COVID-19 measures and the Benefit Cap. We examine why, for the GLA.
Ellie Kershaw, Tower Hamlets and Grant Bailey, Cheltenham Borough Homes discuss the past and present and how the crisis now will affect their residents in the future.
With unprecedented schemes in place supporting at least 1 in 4 British workers, what might the future of social welfare look like?