Community Development Alliance Scotland

Talking about poverty

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This JRF research ‘Talking about poverty: how experts and the public understand UK poverty’  identifies gaps and overlaps between public and expert understandings of UK poverty to suggest better ways of communicating about it and for building support to solve it. It is part of a wider Talking about poverty project.

Child poverty map The End Child Poverty coalition has published a new child poverty map In certain areas of the UK, nearly 50% of children are living in poverty, after housing costs. The interactive map, which breaks down the statistics by both parliamentary and local ward constituencies, identifies Glasgow Central as having the highest concentration of children living in poverty.

 

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