The UK doesn’t want demonising rhetoric – it wants to end poverty

The Halifax Unity building, with a Neighbourhood Voices logo on top

Halifax voices: on housing, hope and scandalous costs

Jo Seddon at St Leonard's in Bootle

Building hopes and dreams in Bootle

Church Action on Poverty's logo, alongside the Houses of Parliament

This outrageous, counter-productive Budget marginalises people with least

How 11 people spoke truth to power in Sussex

Church Action on Poverty's logo, beside a headshot of Stef Benstead

Autumn Statement: Stef & Church Action on Poverty’s response

Ashleigh: “I think we will become known for making a change”

“We can make a change. That’s why we’re here.”

Mary Passeri stands smiling in front of some of her paintings

Mary: tackling poverty via radio, art and a newfound resolve

Gemma Athanasius-Coleman

Gemma: What I want to change, speaking truth to power