Rethink Poverty

20 April 2021

Rethink Poverty have uploaded a blog post on Basic Income: A Feasible Route to Income Security?

Baobab Foundation

20 April 2021

Baobab Foundation have published a report Digging Deeper Insights on tailored funding to organisations led by black people and communities experiencing racial injustice in 2020.

Joseph Rountree Foundation

20 April 2021

JRF have published a response to the Sewell Report on race and ethnic disparities evidencing that the data tells a different story.

Roma Support Group

20 April 2021

Roma Support Group have published a blog on Just Fair’s Website entitled A lifetime of Discrimination.

Hope Instead of Handcuffs

20 April 2021

Serenity Welfare as part of their Hope Instead of Handcuffs campaign have published a report Why Mindsets Towards Vulnerable Children and Young People Need to Change.

Unseen Uk

20 April 2021

Unseen Uk report on sexual and criminal slavery shows an increase in child exploitation during covid. Despite an overall drop in contacts to the helpline, reports of sexual exploitation were up 25% on the previous year, with nearly a quarter of potential victims being children. Criminal exploitation, meanwhile, was up by 42%, with a fifth of potential victims being minors.

Education Policy Institute

20 April 2021

Education Policy Institute have published an extremely detailed analysis of how and why children with Special Educational Needs do or don’t get identified. In summary ‘The maximum deprivation level experienced was negatively associated with SEND identification’.

Article 39 Founder, Caroline Willow, Article.

20 April 2021

This article argues that after a year of Covid, the proposed behaviour crackdown in schools is an insult to England’s children.

Independent Article

7 April 2021

Article on how the National Citizen Service is failing to deliver to most children and young people despite having 90% of the government’s youth budget.

Healthwatch

7 April 2021

Have published a report on how COVID-19 has changed the way people access their GP and how this affected people’s experience of care in particular the experience of young people.

Free Movement

7 April 2021

Have published a guide to the new Home Office plans for immigration and asylum seekers.

Guardian Article

7 April 2021

Analysis of racial disparities in education system raises concerns over the criminalisation of children.

Disabled Children’s Partnership

7 April 2021

Have published their second parent panel report, The Loneliest Lockdown.

Citizen's Advice

 

7 April 2021

Have published their data trends report, providing an evidenced insight into the problems people have faced over the past year

Children's Society

 

7 April 2021

Have published a report highlighting the fact that less than 40% of looked after EU children and care leavers, identified as needing to secure their pre-settled (if they have been in the UK for less than 5 years) or settled status in the UK, have made applications to the EU Settlement Scheme. The closing date for applications is June 30th  and the risk is that they will then be without any residency status.

Child Poverty Action Group

 

7 April 2021

Have published the results of their survey showing more than a third of low-income families are missing essential digital resources for home learning.

British Academy

 

7 April 2021

Have published a report addressing the long-term societal impacts of COVID-19

Food Foundation

25 March 21

Latest report on Food Insecurity. In January 2021, 10% of households with children reported food insecurity that month; and in the last 6 months, 12% of households with children (equivalent to 2.3 million children and 1.3 million adults living with them) have experienced food insecurity.

Migration Observatory

25 March 21

A report Where Did All The Migrants Go, an analysis of migration data, as it links to London, during the pandemic.

Runnymede Trust

25 March 21

Report; One Working Class, Race, Class and Inequality has been published

Maternal Mental Health Alliance and the Centre for Mental Health

25 March 21

A report on Maternal Mental Health during the pandemic.

Youth Access

25 March 21

Published a briefing document, ‘Generation COVID’? Socio-economic factors impacting young people’s mental health in the wake of the pandemic

Lloyds Bank Foundation

25 March 21

Published a report on the value of and contributions from small organisations during Covid.

Joseph Rountree Foundation

25 March 21

Published a summary of two studies in JRF’s Minimum Income Standards research programme. It draws on the experiences of low-income families over five years to identify what helps families to stay afloat and what threatens to pull them under, up to and during the first six months of the pandemic

Inclusion London

25 March 21

Shared their response to the Independent Human Rights Act Review from the point of view of deaf and disabled people.

Changing Lives

25 March 21

Shared a report on the impact of Covid on children in care and on their mothers.

Child in the City

25 March 2021

An article on the way Covid has exposed the inequality inherent in home schooling and how ‘off rolling’ further disadvantages low income families.

Catalyst Superhighways

25 March 21

Project report on how small charities managed going digital during the pandemic and lessons to be learned from this, from funding to training.

Poverty, Race and Covid Vaccine Take Up

14 March 2021

Guardian article on how intersectionalities between poverty and race are affecting the take up of the Covid vaccine.

Small Charities Coalition

11 March 21

Comprehensive review of the 2021 Spring budget from the perspective of small and medium sized charities with suggestions for action.

Children England

03 March 2021

Along with a group of other Children’s Organisations have published a briefing paper responding to COVID-19: findings from across the children’s sector on the impact of the pandemic on issues affecting children and families.

London School of Economics

03 March 2021

Have published their social policy and distribution report. The report provides a comprehensive examination over the last five years in ten major areas of social policy. (Social security; employment; early childhood; compulsory school age education; higher education; health; social care; physical safety and security; homelessness / complex needs; and social mobility). It sets out five major challenges for the 2020’s.

Money and Mental Health Policy Institute

03 March 2021

Have published a report from the mental health and income commission on the income gap for those with a Mental Health difficulty.

Maternity Action and the UK Women’s Budget Group

03 March 2021

Have released a policy briefing document on the problems with current shared parental leave and the impact on gender equality as well as recommendations for changes to the system.

Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants

03 March 2021

Have published a report on Migrants with No Recourse to Public Funds’ Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Education Policy Institute

03 March 2021

Published a report measuring the disadvantage gap in attainment for 16-19 year olds.

Learning and Work Network

03 March 2021

A report on the links, between adults access to learning and low pay.

Child Poverty Action Group

03 March 2021

Have published a briefing report focusing on three areas. Claimants in paid work, Ill and disabled claimants and legacy benefit claimants missing out on the £20 uplift.

Action for Children

03 March 2021

Have published the results of its survey of parents. Unsurprisingly the families of disabled children have struggled even more than most during the pandemic.

Jubilee Debt Campaign

03 March 2021

Have published an outline strategy to tackle Britain’s household debt crisis.

Special Needs Jungle

03 March 2021

Have published the results of their survey from the autumn. The results are all too familiar and includes 45 recommendations sourced from parents’ comments.

National Institute of Economic and Social Research

03 March 2021

Press briefing indicates that the number of UK households living “in destitution” rose from 0.7 percent of all households in 2019 to 1.5 per cent in 2020.

Fair By Design and Bristol University

03 March 2021

Report on The Inequality of Poverty. How and why people on low incomes and with certain protected characteristics are more likely to be paying extra costs for essentials such as electricity, gas, credit, and insurance.

YMCA

03 March 2021

Have published an analysis showing a 73% decline in Local Authority funding for youth services in England.

Race Poverty and School Exclusions in London

15 October 2020

A new report on race poverty and school exclusions in London by 4in10, Just for Kids Law and the Children’s Rights Alliance.