Deven Ghelani visited Glasgow’s Universal Credit service centre with Lord Kirkwood to understand the experiences of frontline practitioners who are delivering Universal Credit Full service.
The Phase Two findings of our Low Income Londoners and welfare reform project looks at how the benefit cap affected Londoners.
Guest blogger Jamie Sinclair shares findings from the Deep End Advice Worker project about engaging people on low incomes.
Phase One of our Low Income Londoners research findings have been released. Download results from data tracking living standards across 14 London boroughs.
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 gives an overview of the journey to devolution in Britain to date, looking at the opportunities for cities, authorities and LEPs.
To achieve financial inclusion we must tackle problem debt. Policy in Practice and Financial Inclusion Commission look at what can be learnt from Scotland.
Deven Ghelani spoke at the IRRV conference in Scotland on 2 Dec 2015 about Universal Credit and other welfare reforms at the household level. View his slides here.
Policy in Practice’s Giovanni Tonutti looks at how Italy’s welfare system compares to the UK and what changes the 2014 Job Act have brought.
The implementation of welfare reform in Northern Ireland is not a straight forward matter writes Deven Ghelani, one of the architects of Universal Credit.
In a jointly commissioned study on behalf of the four housing provides, Paul Howarth, Zoe Charlesworth and Deven Ghelani look at how support workers can help reduce the complexity and impact of Universal Credit on their residents.
Policy in Practice, in partnership with the Learning and Work Institute (LWI) and the Local Government Association (LGA), undertook a detailed analysis of the cumulative impact of welfare reform across the whole of Great Britain.