Housing associations expert, Bill Irvine from Universal Credit Advice, talks about the latest welfare reforms and how housing associations can respond.
The implementation of welfare reform in Northern Ireland is not a straight forward matter writes Deven Ghelani, one of the architects of Universal Credit.
Deven Ghelani, Policy in Practice, looks at where more welfare cuts could come from to meet the Election 2015 manifesto pledges.
A side by side comparison of welfare and related policies of the three main political parties for the 2015 General Election.
An in-depth overview of the German welfare system and its different benefits, with information about administration, sanctions and conditionality.
A general overview of the Spanish benefits system at a time of uncertainty.
The new report from the Financial Inclusion Commission argues that financial inclusion must be a priority for an incoming government.
Nutritional scientist Anika Knueppel reacts to a potential welfare reform policy advocating cutting benefits for overweight people.
Policy in Practice and the Welfare Reform Club hosted a networking event to reflect on the events of the last year, and make our predictions for welfare reform as we look to 2015 and beyond.
Advisors in Hammersmith say Universal Credit is leading to more positive relationships, greater job satisfaction, and is changing the culture of the Jobcentre Plus.
It has been announced that the rollout of Universal Credit will be accelerated, but are local organisations ready to support people through the transition?
Policy in Practice’s report, Universal Credit: towards an effective poverty reduction strategy, was launched today. Download it here.