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CASE Blog post
Prioritising participatory poverty projects properly


Dr Tania Burchardt, Director of CASE, and Paul Dornan, Social Research Consultant at ATD Fourth World UK, wrote a short article about the Understanding Poverty in All its Forms project. The project was just launched this week to coincide with the UN day for the eradication of poverty.
You can read the blog post here.


News Posted: 18 October 2019      [Back to the Top]

CASE Blog post
Beyond Bricks and Mortar: Housing Plus and the wider role of social landlords in low income communities

Professor Anne Power, Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics and Head of LSE Housing and Communities, wrote about the role of social landlords in low income communities. In her article she presents the reasons why housing is about far more than bricks and mortar. Housing is a many-sided social, physical, financial and environmental service helping communities to survive and thrive.

You can read the blog post here.


News Posted: 16 October 2019      [Back to the Top]

Speech at the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission
Tania Burchardt

Dr Tania Burchardt was at the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission in Dublin today talking about the importance of collecting and using equality data.

The presentation slides are available here.


News Posted: 03 October 2019      [Back to the Top]

CASE articles in LSE Global Policy Lab publication
Bringing Inequality Back on the Agenda

John Hills and Abigail McKnight have contributed articles to the LSE Global Policy lab publication on inequality.

 The report was distributed to all the delegates at the G7 Summit in Biarritz, France 24 - 26 August 2019.

LSE global policy lab front cover publication

If You Care About Poverty, Do You Have to Worry About Inequality Too? John Hills

Why a More Systematic Approach to Assessing and Addressing Inequality Is Required - Abigail McKnight


News Posted: 23 September 2019      [Back to the Top]