Early intervention to support young people and their families can reduce rates of homelessness. However, the relevant services need sufficient funding, specialist expertise, and effective partnerships.
Research reveals the devastating impact of Covid-19 on health charities. Analysis reveals that medical research charities are expected to lose almost 38 per cent of their fundraising income last academic year, and over 25 per cent this academic next year.
Transitional supported housing (TSH) is a crucial service to many of society’s most vulnerable people, supporting and housing 189,500 people. The sector stands at a crossroads. The Covid-19 crisis brings threat and opportunity for the hundreds of thousands of people who will rely on the TSH sector both now and in the future.
New research reveals the scale of the job losses under the Chancellor’s new Job Support Scheme and the Job Retention Bonus when the furlough scheme winds up at the end of the month.
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented disruption to schools and learners in England.
This paper is the fourth in our series of discussion papers, and explores the challenge to the political system in the UK from environmental breakdown.
England’s directly elected regional mayors – including the eight metro mayors and the mayor of London – have a critical role to play in facilitating the inclusion and integration of migrants.
In this report, we consider how English regions, such as the North East, can use devolution to address child poverty and improve the lives and life chances of children.
What lessons can be learned from the 2008 financial crash and austerity to help the charity sector in the north of England to navigate the impact of Covid-19?
The first in a series of reports on how we can deliver justice in Scotland and rebuild following the Covid-19 crisis.