Generational wealth progress has gone into reverse, finds a June 2017 report from the Resolution Foundation.
The Generation of Wealth: Asset Accumulation Across and Within Cohorts (pdf) identifies wealth inequality as almost twice as high as the inequality of household incomes. And that this has been rising since the financial crisis. Continue reading “Resolution Foundation report: the Generation of Wealth”
The Young Women’s Trust (YWT) is seeking a facilitator (pdf) for a co-creation event in central London in September 2017.
Between 2015-17, the Young Women’s Trust have been carrying out a research project on young women who are economically inactive. This event will be the last step before a final report is written.
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The Independent Food Aid Network (IFAN) has been carrying out research on the growth of food banks outside the Trussell Trust network, Britain’s biggest food bank network. The research, published in May 2017, shows that the number of food banks in Britain are much higher than Government estimates.
Continue reading “Independent Food Aid Network: Mapping Food Aid”
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is recruiting two Principal Lawyers on fixed-term contracts (12 months) in Manchester and Cardiff. Applications close on 30 Jun 2017.
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