Poverty and Inequality
Government Should Help Firms Pay Living Wage
The government should use savings from the Living Wage to help small firms to pay their staff more, according to a new report. The report from the Resolution Foundation and IPPR think tanks - part-funded by Trust for London -...
London Advice Watch reveals strong support for free advice
The vast majority of Londoners (88%) believe that legal advice should be free for everyone earning on or below the national median income of £25,000, according to London Advice Watch a new report from Legal Action Group (LAG) and Trust...
London's Poverty Profile 2011 launched
A new London's Poverty Profile report has been published. The report updates a wide range of indicators on housing, work, health and income poverty to assess what has changed since the first report in 2009. The report includes a new...
Closing the gap: inequality in London
Together with London Voluntary Service Council (LVSC) we are calling on the Government and other agencies to do more work to close London's inequality gap. A recent conference to discuss inequality in London conference featured a number of prominent academics...
London Poverty Profile Recession Report 2010
The report on "London's Poverty Profile Reporting on the recession"
London's Poverty Profile
Together with the New Policy Institute, we have compiled the first independent report to bring together a wide range of indicators related to poverty, inequality and social exclusion in London....