Tag: Civil Society

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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Dragon’s Den: Innovating on the ground: local solutions to 21st century poverty

Dragons: Tessa Awe, chief executive, CVS Brent Chris Goulden, head of policy, Joseph Rowntree Foundation Cllr Gary Porter, leader, LGA Conservatives Innovators: Richard Jones, chief executive, Joshua Project Alex...

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Press Release: Civil society and Poverty

Press release May 2014 to accompany New Statesman/Webb Memorial Trust supplement and launch of APPG Poverty report into civil society and poverty

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New Statesman 2014 Supplement: Civil Society and Poverty

Read the latest New Statesman supplement from the Webb Memorial Trust on the role of civil society in tackling poverty

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Civil Society and Poverty

Report undertaken by Edge Hill University commissioned by the APPG Poverty and Webb Memorial Trust examining the role of civil society in tackling poverty

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Jan Declaration 4th December Background

This paper has been prepared for a meeting at the Centre for Life on 4th December 2012. The paper gives findings from discussions with supporters of the 'January Declaration'....

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January Declaration: The Meetings in April and May

The January Declaration The January Declaration states that we should work together to create a North East that is good for everyone; treat everyone in the region with dignity...

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January Manifesto – Building on the January Declaration

This paper describes the January Manifesto for 2013.  This sets out proposals to combat poverty and inequality in the North East. This manifesto follows work on the January Declaration,...

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