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10 ways we can reverse inequality in Britain

10 ways we can reverse inequality in Britain

14 Sep 2017
Roger Brown, author of The inequality crisis, explains how economic inequality in Britain and other advanced Western countries has got so bad, and highlights the measures we need to undertake that will start to reverse this devastating trend. Read more on our blog
What’s next for poverty?

What’s next for poverty?

13 Sep 2017
Barry Knight, author of Rethinking poverty: What makes a good society?, explains why we need to change the way we frame ‘poverty’ in order to make progress. Read more on our blog
Challenging the politics of early intervention

Challenging the politics of early intervention

23 Aug 2017
The past decade has seen a rash of early intervention programmes targeting mothers of young children. Reports by the World Health Organisation and UNICEF, and early years policy and service provision in the UK and internationally, are now characterised by an emphasis on early intervention in the belief that pregnancy and the earliest years of life are most important for development. Read more on our blog
What makes for a strong Voluntary Sector Review paper? Eight points to consider

What makes for a strong Voluntary Sector Review paper? Eight points to consider

18 Aug 2017
Rob Macmillan, Nick Acheson and Bernard Harris, editors of the international Voluntary Sector Review journal, present 8 tips for submitting a strong paper. Read more on our blog