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.
‘Who Cares about the White Working Class?’ is edited by Kjartan Páll Sveinsson and was published by the Runnymede Trust in January 2009.
On 11 December 2008, Communities and Local Government published a summary of responses to its consultation on draft Cohesion Guidance for Funders (which ran from February 2008 to May 2008).
The judgement by Lord Justice Moses in the case of Southall Black Sisters and London Borough of Ealing was published on 29 July 2008.
In July 2008, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published ‘Immigration and Social Cohesion in the UK: The rhythms and realities of everyday life’ by Mary Hickman, Helen Crowley and Nick Mai
In February 2008, the Government published its response to the Commission on Integration and Cohesion’s final report ‘Our Shared Future’.
The final report from the Commission on Integration and Cohesion was published on 14 June 2007.