Joseph Rowntree Foundation report: Work and Relationships Over Time in Lone-Mother Families

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What makes employment possible for low-income lone mothers? And what is it like for children to grow up in a low-income family with a working lone parent?

A July 2017 report (pdf) from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation explores these issues, through the experiences of 15 families interviewed four times since 2002.

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nia report: ‘I’m no criminal’ – Examining the Impact of Prostitution-Specific Criminal Records on Women Seeking to Exit Prostitution

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If women cannot exit prostitution and build viable alternatives, they are likely to remain in it and at risk of continued criminalisation.

This is according to ‘I’m no criminal’ (pdf), a report launched in July 2017 by nia, which outlines the legal and policy context in the UK surrounding prostitution.

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