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Justice Together Initiative to support people to access justice in the UK immigration system
Is there a public consensus on what it means to be rich?
10 tips for talking about equality
Citizenship & Integration Initiative research - London’s children and young people who are not British citizens
We have seven funding programmes:
Good homes & neighbourhoods
Funding for advocacy work on housing issues and housing legal advice at a specialist level.
Progression routes out of low-paid work; specialist employment legal advice; advocacy on employment issues and capacity-building.
Decent living standards
Advocacy on welfare reform, the cost of living, and public attitudes to poverty. Representation and strategic legal action in social welfare law.
Advocacy work on understanding and reducing income and wealth inequality in London.
Pathways to settlement
Specialist immigration legal advice and advocacy work on the immigration system and pathways to citizenship.
Funding for second-tier and specialist organisations to help other organisations develop their skills.
Small grants for small groups with an annual income under £100,000. Funding for campaigning, advice and community activities in isolated areas.
London boroughs’ management of the Private Rented Sector (PRS)
Living on Different Incomes in London: Can public consensus identify a 'riches line'?
Better Work in the Gig Economy: Enabling gig workers to live with financial security, dignity and dreams
The Times They Aren't a Changin': Why working hours have stopped falling in London and the UK
From our Twitter
NEW REPORT Living on Different Incomes in #London : Can public consensus identify a #RichesLine ? w/ @CASE_LSE @lborouniversity @UoBCHASM The public identify 5 levels of living standards but struggle to reach a consensus on excessive wealth Read more: http://bit.ly/2uz2qiE pic.twitter.com/fFWfu9HBfq14 Feb 2020
"What I fear is being missed from the current debate about inequality & how to 'level up' Britain is that some of the starkest divides are to be found not between regions but within them” @JimMooreJourno London can't be forgotten in the inequality debate http://bit.ly/2waCxG627 Feb 2020
“We need to construct a new narrative; one that reflects the reality of people’s lives...that starts from the premise that all of us have the right to live with dignity & without impoverishment” Great @maryohara1 piece on changing the poverty narrative http://bit.ly/32uBKfn27 Feb 2020
We’ve reached record high employment, but we need to do more to support progression says @mimsdavies at #HousingLearningWork . Check out @LearnWorkUK & @trustforlondon ’s Better Work Network which focuses on job quality and progression https://www.learningandwork.org.uk/our-work/work-and-careers/better-work-network/ …27 Feb 2020
This am our CEO @bharatmehta18 will be speaking at the #HousingLearningWork Conference from @LearnWorkUK & @CsthatWork on tackling the employment & earnings gap The session will discuss gov priorities, initiatives to help tenants access work, collaborations with employers & more pic.twitter.com/Hr8vgAg6v827 Feb 2020