In our policy review of the year Deven Ghelani and Paul Howarth looked back on a busy 2018. We reviewed the policy changes that have happened in 2018, shared key findings from policy analysis we commissioned to do by clients, and looked forward to what this may mean for 2019.
Four housing providers, Riverside, YMCA, St Mungo’s and Salvation Army, commissioned Policy in Practice to analyse how residents are impacted by Universal Credit, and identify improvements. Download Universal Credit and Supported Housing report here.
Listen back to hear Paul Howarth, Welfare Reform Club and Ian Jones, LB Hackney talk about Council Tax Reduction Schemes and Universal Credit.
Leading Lights from councils, housing associations and welfare to work providers discussed welfare reform policy and its delivery at the House of Lords recently.
Wed 9 March at 10:30. Listen back to hear how we model CTRS schemes to help councils protect their most vulnerable citizens, now and in the future.
The Local Welfare Safety Net inquiry report is critiqued here by Zoe Charlesworth and Paul Howarth, Welfare Reform Club, who also gave evidence.
Last week’s report into the Local Welfare Safety Net called for proactive identification of those most vulnerable to welfare reforms.