Following the Brexit vote to leave the EU we look at the impact of potential cuts for ESF and local authorities, listing who may loose the most.
Guest blogger, Bill Irvine, writes about Universal Credit work allowances and rent arrears and the recent Northern Housing Consortium’s report on Universal Credit.
The introduction of local welfare support and conditionality schemes are a side-effect of localisation. Read examples of where they’ve been done well.
We look at the different impact of housing benefit reforms in the fourth and final blog in our National Picture of Welfare Reforms series. 4/4
We look at the different impacts of the benefit cap nationwide in the third of our blogs on the National Picture of Welfare Reform. 3/4
In the second of our National Picture of Welfare Reform series we look at how the impact of Universal Credit varies nationwide. 2/4
Wed 20 July at 10:30. Listen back to this demo of our benefit calculator software, comparing eligibility under the current system and Universal Credit.
New analysis from Policy in Practice compares the different impacts welfare reforms are having on cities, towns and London Boroughs. 1/4
Thurs 26 May at 10:30. Listen back to hear Deven Ghelani and Joel Reland present details of the national picture of welfare reform impact we’re developing.
Our recent analysis on the impact of work allowance cuts to Universal Credit echoes findings in this week’s report by Resolution Foundation.
Some local authorities are targeting their support programmes using data to fight poverty, wrote Deven Ghelani and Jane Mansour in this article for the CPI.
Thurs 28 April at 10:30. Listen back to hear how smart councils are revolutionising Government’s relationship with data to help implement welfare reform.