Church Action on Poverty is a partner in a conference next month exploring ‘the challenge of Pope Francis’. Our Communications Manager reflects on why the Sabbath is important – and invites you to join us.
Our Poverty Media Coordinator Gavin Aitchison reflects on a busy few weeks!
Vox-pops can’t ensure the voices of people in poverty are really heard, says our new Poverty Media Coordinator Gavin Aitchison.
Sarah Whitehead became a community activist and leader after taking part in one of our Schools of Participation. Sarah recently took part in a digital communications conference organised by Sound Delivery, and wrote this blog for them about her experience of empowerment.
Our new Poverty Media Coordinator Gavin Aitchison introduces some powerful photographs.
Living on a low income makes it difficult for people to plan for the long term or make the best decisions. That’s the (unsurprising) finding of some new research. Our Communications Manager Liam Purcell considers the implications for tackling poverty – and stigma.
The richest 10% of households spend more on eating out (£58.40) than the poorest 10% of households spend on housing, fuel and power combined (£44.50). That’s one of the findings of new research published today by the Equality Trust.