Tag: Barry Knight

Children’s Voices and Poverty

Barry Knight, Director of the Webb Memorial Trust, contributed a chapter to Effective Philanthropy: Another Take published in April 2016 by Philanthropy for Social Justice and Peace to coincide with...

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The Language of Poverty: Workshop Report

The word ‘poverty’ features heavily in the lexicon of British politics. The Prime Minister has proposed an “all-out assault on poverty,” Labour MPs and peers recently campaigned hard to...

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Panel debate: A future without poverty

Charlie Elphicke MP, PPS to secretary of state for work and pensions Helen Goodman MP, shadow minister for welfare reform Kenny Imafidon, political commentator Barry Knight, principal adviser, Webb...

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A Minority View: What Beatrice Webb would say now

Despite efforts over many years, poverty remains a stain on our society. We asked some of Britain’s best‑known commentators to say what should be done to address it. A...

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