‘Getting off Lightly or Feeling the Pinch?’ is a human rights and equality impact assessment of the public spending cuts on older women in Coventry.
This report by Inclusion London into the funding cuts experienced by London’s Deaf and disabled peoples organisations, was published in 2012.
The report explores how budget cuts affect the capacity of English local government to meet the needs of more deprived households and communities.
National homelessness charity, Crisis has produced an update on how housing benefit changes are likely to impact on benefit recipients and families.
This Briefing Note analyses Universal Credit as set out in the government’s White Paper, ‘Universal Credit:Welfare that Works’.
The aim of this briefing is to provide activists, officers and students’ unions with knowledge on how government reforms and cuts are impacting on women.
In February 2012, Trust for London published a report considering the evidence on cuts in budgets and services to prevent violence against women and girls.
In 2009, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published research showing what effect current policies will have on child poverty by 2010 and 2020.
This paper provides a gender analysis of the potential impact of the welfare reform proposals on women.
On 1 April 2011, Inclusion London published ‘All in this together? An evidence base on Deaf and disabled Londoners and the impact of past and future policies’.