Childhood Trust

15th December

Cold Hungry and Stressed. The impact of poverty on children this winter.

Centre for London 

9th December

Following a year of surveying London institutions and individuals a report on what is needed to make London Fairer, Healthier and Safer.

London Early Years Foundation

24th November

Doubling Down Report on the impact of providing 30 rather than 15 hours of free childcare.

Young Women's Trust

9th December

Published research on young women’s experiences of navigating inadequate employment opportunities and the benefits system.

 

NCVO

9th December

Have published their research on the volunteering policy response to the covid-19 pandemic in England.

 

Pregnant then Screwed

24th November

Article produced jointly with LinkedIn on ‘proximity bias’. Looking at how parents with childcare responsibilities and working from home and/or working part time may be passed over for promotion opportunities and solutions to this.

Citizens UK and Trust for London

24th November

Have launched the ‘Making London a Living Wage City’ project a plan to put £635m of wages into the pockets of Londoners and lift tens and thousands out of in-work poverty.

Timewise

24th November

Fair Flexible Futures research report, Voices from the Pandemic: Part-time Workers and Job Seekers.

Shelter

24th November

Report on levelling up with social housing

Biteback

24th November

Report on the dire state of and the inequality within secondary school meals.

HomeStart Uk, Best Beginnings and the Parent-Infant Foundation

11th November

Report highlighting the impact of the pandemic on pregnant women, new babies and their families.

Restart

11th November

Report on the Right to Repair, Taking action to allow people to use products for longer reduces carbon impact and impacts positively on the lives of those on low income.

Hearts, Minds and Genes' Coalition

11th November

Published a detailed report on the reality of eating disorders including the impact on young people and families.

Create Streets Foundation 

11th November

Report No Place Left Behind. This is the work of the Commission into Prosperity and Community Place Making developed by the Foundation with the aim of helping to improve the quality of lives lived in under-valued neighbourhoods, by promoting policies and practices that can improve place, health, happiness, wellbeing and a sense of community and agency.

Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition

11th November

Published their members report with recommendations for government action.

Centre for Mental Health

11th November

Report on the role of the Voluntary Sector in supporting mental health in London with a range of recommendations.

Children England

28th October

Children England are signatories to a submission from a wide range of third sector infrastructure bodies to the Treasury’s autumn spending review. It sets out a series of wide-ranging recommendations, which include greater investment in communities through new funds, and a call to cancel the cut to Universal Credit.

Centrepoint

28th October

Published new research, Benefits to Society, young homeless people’s experience of the benefits system.

Child Poverty Action Group

28th October

Report on low income families’ experiences of Covid19 in London.

Common Vision

28th October

report Restoring Social Confidence, Lessons from faith-led social action during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nuffield Foundation

28th October

Report on Early Childhood Education and the extent to which it has or has not narrowed gaps between the most and least advantaged young children.

4in10 and GLA Research. Flying against Gravity.

14th October

Research highlighting the reality of poverty on Londoners in 2021 and most importantly Londoners desire to change things.

Trust for London

14th October

Have published a detailed and relatively easy to use borough by borough breakdown of the London Poverty Profile.

Money A&E video

14th October

Interview between the Director or Money A&E and Austin Taylor-Laybourn, Grants Manager at Trust for London on what funders are doing to tackle inequalities.

Save the Children Fund

14th October

Have released a report on their Future of Childhood research, featuring insights from over 400 children across the UK.

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

14th October

Response to the Household Support Fund announced by the Department for Work & Pensions..

Action for Children

30th September

Report on the difficulties faced by parents seeking non-childcare early years support.

Work and Pensions Committee of MPs

30th September

Has published its first report into child poverty. It’s conclusion –  Government must commit to new cross-departmental strategy to tackle child poverty!

Fair By Design and the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

30th September

Report on the discriminatory poverty premium in insurance.

Nuffield Foundation

17th September

Have published new research on the changing patterns of poverty in early childhood.

Guardian Article

1st September

Article on how ‘the increasing use of charity to address poverty not only normalises the idea that large numbers of people are destitute in one of the richest economies on Earth – it shores up the idea that government has no responsibility for it’.

Children's Society 

1st September

Published their 2021 Good Childhood report. Measuring children’s happiness and well being.

Early Years Alliance

1st September

Report on the difficulty families in deprived areas face in accessing child care and the impact of this.

Smith Institute report

1st September

Planning for the Recovery and the Shift Towards Home-Working: Implications for Poverty in Outer London, examines the short and long-term implications of COVID-19 on poverty and inequality in outer London, with a particular focus on employment, low pay, housing and the shift towards home-working.

iNews Article

1st September

Article  on the rise of fear and the likelihood of an increase in destitution of migrant families.it is believed that just over a quarter (26 per cent) of undocumented migrants in the UK, around 215,000, are children, half of whom were born in the UK, according to Greater London Authority research quoted in the article.

Children and Young People's Mental Health Coalition

1st September

Have published their response to the Department for Education’s call for evidence on behaviour management in schools.  4in10 member St Vincent’s Family Project are sited as a best practice example.

Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion

1st September

Have published a report on the changing poverty risk facing larger families.

Sutton Trust report

1st September

Report on Equity of Access to Early Years Education pointing out that poorer children are locked out of additional funded hours.

Student Commission on Racial Equality and Leaders Unlocked.

27th July

Have published their report exploring young people’s experiences of education, employment, health, policing and justice.

Special Needs Jungle

27th July

Local Government Association have published data showing the there has been a 10% increase in children and young people in England with an education, health and care (EHC) plan between January and May 2021 and is calling on government to set out reforms and funding arrangement to increased inclusion and meet the needs of all children with SEND. Special Needs Jungle have published a detailed breakdown of these figures and give a parent’s eye view of what this means.

Health Foundation Report

27th July

Covid19 Impact Report – Unequal Pandemic, Fairer Recovery.

Islington Council

27th July

Islington Council has launched an initiative to become North London’s first Living Wage borough.

Kings Fund

27th July

Have published a report into the relationship between deprivation and obesity.

Education Endowment Fund Research Report

27th July

Research showing that the attainment gap between disadvantaged and non-disadvantaged pupils has grown by up to 25 per cent over the past two years.

Consultancy UK Report on our Millionaires!

27th July

A report on the world having more than 20 million, millionaires! It tells us that  London is still ranked highest for High Net Worth Individuals, in terms of the lifestyle it provides and that London shared top spot with New York in terms of the city’s policies toward UHNWIs. The article goes on to say ‘Almost 700,000 people in the UK, including 120,000 children, fell into poverty as a result of the Covid-19 economic crisis, according to the Legatum Institute. Overall, the pandemic saw the total number of people in the UK living in poverty rise to more than 15 million, or 23% of the population’.

Disabled Children’s Partnership Blog

30th June 2021

Why their ‘three pillars’ of Make Disabled Children a Priority matter more than ever now. Clarify rights and review the law ; Address funding shortfalls and Create a dedicated fund.

CPAG 4th Falling Through the Net briefing.

30th June 2021

Plus a briefing in response to the latest benefit cap statistics, which show that in February 200,000 families were subject to the benefit cap – 24,000 more than three months earlier and 122,000 more than the previous year.

Kinship Report on financial hardship faced by Kinship carers.

15th June 2021

Kinship have published the results of their survey into financial hardship caused to kinship carers such as grandparents It explores the financial allowances that kinship carers receive to cover the costs of raising a child and whether this amount is sufficient to meet the needs of the child.

Friends, Families and Travellers. Guide for Organisations.

15th June 2021

A guide for organisations on how you can join in with Gypsy, Roma and Traveller History Month which is being celebrated throughout June.

National Child Mortality Data Base. Shocking Figures!

1st June 2021

National Child Mortality Data Base report shows that 700 child deaths could be avoided each year in England by reducing rates of social deprivation. It concludes that more than a fifth (23%) of all child deaths might be avoided if children living in the most deprived areas had the same mortality risk as those living in the least deprived areas.

End Child Poverty - Data

1st June 2021

New detailed research on levels of child poverty after housing costs, year by year from 2014 to 2020, that shows in the highest 10 areas of children living in poverty broken down by borough, 9 are in London. It also evidences how this has got worse in those boroughs over the six years with only Southwark having a slight decrease.