This is how a new approach to tackling poverty is succeeding in Salford
One Universal Credit recipient tells how the new system led to homelessness.
15 charities have worked together to propose three policies for the budget on November 22, to help provide greater financial security for all.
Poverty concerns and budget proposals by Church Action on Poverty and other charities have been reported in the Sunday Times.
Adam Spiers, a student at Durham University, is currently a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago – and he has chosen to use his pilgrimage to raise funds for Church Action on Poverty. We invited him to tell us why.
We’re a campaigning charity and we want to hear more about the impact Universal Credit is having on people.
Our local group in Sheffield has a very successful annual ‘Pilgrimage’ event. Revd Phil Borkett, a regular pilgrim, explains why this is such a powerful event.
IF you happened to be in or around Stockton in Teesside on Tuesday, you may have heard first-hand about poverty in the north east of England.
If you passed through Salford Central Station
in late July or early August, then you might have noticed some striking additions.
WHAT would you talk about if you were given the chance to speak at Parliament?
Three groups of residents from Leeds, Teesside and London had that opportunity last week