Listen back to hear how our Benefit and Budgeting Calculator software helps to make the welfare system simple to understand.
GE2017: A side by side comparison of welfare and related manifesto pledges of the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties.
Policy in Practice director Deven Ghelani gave evidence to the Scottish Parliament Social Security Committee on two child limit for tax credits this week.
Policy in Practice is named as a finalist for the ERSA Employability Awards 2017 in the Innovation Award category for our Benefit and Budgeting Calculator.
In our second devolution blog we look at how LEPs and local organisations could use data to make devolution a success.
Policy in Practice gives an overview of the journey to devolution in Britain to date, looking at the opportunities for cities, authorities and LEPs.
Listen back and view slides from our webinar featuring case studies of the work we’ve done to tackle poverty with national, regional and local data.
Deven was joined by Martin O’Neill, ex Head of Benefits, Birmingham CC, to discuss tracking the prospects of low income households using data visualisation.
New analysis on The Impact of the Two Child Limit to Tax Credits: A Briefing Paper by Policy in Practice (April 2017).
In Introducing UBBC 3.0 we share the exciting new updates to our software and work through 3 typical cases to demonstrate new features and functionality.
Policy in Practice was delighted to be part of this year’s LGC Awards. We joined Croydon Council to celebrate the nomination of their People’s Gateway Enablement and Welfare Service which…
Deven and Zoe discuss how local authorities can spend their DHP budgets most effectively, to ensure people who need the support the most receive it.