‘Poverty, inequality and human rights’ by Alice Donald and Elizabeth Mottershaw was published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation on 3 September 2009.
In August 2009, the Runnymede Trust published ‘Who Pays to Access Cash? Ethnicity and Cash Machines’.
On 4 August 2009, the Department for Communities and Local Government published ‘Guidance for local authorities on how to mainstream community cohesion into other services’.
In 2009, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published ‘Social housing allocation and immigrant communities’.
‘Poverty pathways: ethnic minority women’s livelihoods’ looks at why ethnic minority women as a group experience considerably higher rates of poverty than White women in the UK.
‘Monitoring update on the impact of the recession on various demographic groups’ was published in June 2009.
In June 2009, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published three documents on attitudes to economic inequality.
In June 2009, Grandparents Plus published ‘The Poor Relation? Grandparental care: where older people’s poverty and child poverty meet’.
On 10 March 2009, the Equality and Diversity Forum and Runnymede held a seminar on ‘Discrimination and disadvantage. Narrowing the gap’ with the Equality Minister Harriet Harman QC MP giving the keynote speech.
‘Ending child poverty in a changing economy’, a Joseph Rowntree Foundation publication by Donald Hirsch, shows what effect current policies will have on child poverty by 2010 and 2020.