Poverty, Employment, Welfare and Social Care

Adult social care statistics: the potential for change – The Nuffield Trust

All clapped out? Key workers have kept the country going during the pandemic, but some are facing the worst of the economic turmoil created by it - RSA

Anvar Sarygulov: Benefit to all? Financial experience of Universal Credit claimants during the pandemic - Bright Blue

Autumn Budget: keep doing the right thing and keep the £20 lifeline – Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Breaks or breakdown - Carers Week

Building a resilient health and care system - RSA

Care after Coronavirus: An emerging consensus - IPPR

Care fit for carers: Ensuring the safety and welfare of NHS and care workers during and after Covid-19 - IPPR

Community micro enterprise as a driver of local economic development in social care - Barrow Cadbury Trust

Coronavirus and employment rights – Mayor of London

Coronavirus Financial Impact Tracker: Key Findings from a national survey – Standard Life Foundation

Covid-19 and the impact on social care – Office for National Statistics

COVID-19 is a greater health risk to people on low incomes: we can give a life-line – Joseph Rowntree Foundation

COVID-9 risks triggering long term unemployment crisis for older workers – Centre for Ageing Better

Doing more of what it takes: Next steps in the economic response to coronavirus – Resolution Foundation

Eight in 10 poorer UK families feel worse off since lockdown – survey – The Guardian

Emerging from Lockdown – Standard Life Foundation

 
 

The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on London’s low paid workers – Learning and Work

Income protection policy during COVID-19: evidence from bank account data – Institute for Fiscal Studies

Should social security reach further? Ineligibility for benefits at the start of COVID-19 - Health Foundation

Jobs, jobs, jobs: Evaluating the effects of the current economic crisis on the UK labour market - Resolution Foundation

LIFE ON LOW PAY: IN THE PANDEMIC - Living Wage Foundation

 
 

Many face financial double whammy at end of October – Standard Life Foundation

Matt Hancock's obsession with hospitals has warped priorities and cost lives - Richard Vize

Monitoring and tackling poverty during Covid-19 – Covid realities

More than half of UK's furloughed jobs at risk of automation – report - The Guardian

Neighbourhood Level COVID-19 Mortality in London: Technical paper for London's Poverty Profile - Trust for London

New report warns single parents will be locked out of work and forced into poverty unless the Government ‘Builds Back Better’ for everyone - Gingerbread

The NHS taking over social care would be a disaster. Make services truly local instead – The Guardian

One in eight British households has no garden - ONS

Our analysis of Covid-19 data from Turn2us – Think NPC

Please, act now to end poverty for Britain’s carers - Oxfam

Poverty and Covid-19 – Social Metrics Commission

Poverty in the pandemic: The impact of coronavirus on low-income families and children – Child Poverty Action Group

Readying the NHS and adult social care in England for COVID-19 – National Audit Office

Social care reform: fit for purpose or simply fit for a crisis? - The King's Fund

Targeted action for parts of Britain at risk of surging unemployment - JRF

The State of Child Poverty 2020 – Buttle UK

A third of furloughed private renters worried about paying their rent when lockdown ends - Joseph Rowntree Foundation

UK Donor Discussion on Structural Economic Reform in the Covid-19 Crisis – Joffe Trust

Universal Credit: Getting to First Payment – NAO

Winter Plan for Jobs, Incomes and Communities - NEF

What happens after the clapping finishes? – Resolution Foundation

Why we need a new workers' rights settlement - Trust for London

Working to reduce people’s risk of poverty during COVID-19 outbreak – Joseph Rowntree Foundation