‘A Fair Society? – how the cuts target disabled people’ from The Centre for Welfare Reform, on behalf of the Campaign for a Fair Society was published in 2013.
An Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) report, published March 2013, explores changes in women’s aspirations and expectations over time and from generation to generation, and is intended to spark debate about the priorities for the next era of gender politics.
The first Poverty and Social Exclusion (PSE) report ‘The Impoverishment of the UK’ was published in March 2013.
‘Hitting the poorest places hardest: The local and regional impact of welfare reform’ was published by the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research at Sheffield Hallam University in April 2013.
This volume in the series ‘Trends in social cohesion’ offers a number of ways of looking at the future, based on various analyses of the current situation.
The Big Squeeze survey is a snapshot of the current impact the economic and policy climate is having on the VCS in London and the people that use their services.
‘The Impact on Women of the Budget 2011’ was produced by the UK Women’s Budget Group in partnership with the Fawcett Society and published in 2013.
The Equality Challenge Unit publishes factsheets and guidance to support academics, staff and students in further and higher education.
Promoting good relations on campus: a guide for higher and further education’ was published by the Equality Challenge Unit in March 2013. Aimed at senior managers, equality practitioners and those leading direct services to students and staff, this guidance aims to support higher education institutions and colleges to develop and improve their long-term strategies for …
This article, published by the British Medical Journal, investigated whether the uneven rise in prosperity between 1999 and 2008 accounted for differential increases in life expectancy in English local authorities.