All Party Parliamentary Group Health in All Policies Welfare and Work Act (2016) Inquiry Literature Review

Action for Children: 

Turning the Tide 

Revolving Door Pt2 

APPG on Homelessness: 

Homeless deaths meeting minutes 

Carnegie UK

Shining a Light English data about attitudes to and use of public libraries 2011–2016 

Child Poverty Action Group: 

The Austerity Generation: the impact of a decade of cuts on family incomes and child poverty 

Unhappy Birthday: the two child limit at one year old

UK poverty gaps are still increasing

Poverty and children’s wellbeing at 14 years old 

Work & Pensions Committee Inquiry into the welfare safety net – final

Work and Pensions Committee Inquiry into the Benefit Cap

Demos: 

Pathways from poverty: a case for institutional reform  

Equality and Human Rights Commission

The Impact of Welfare Reform and Welfare Reform programmes: an evidence review (research report 111)

Fabian Society: Andrew Harrop

Inequality by Stealth Tax Allowances and Social Security 2019/20

Faculty of Public Health: 

Start Well Live Better

Joseph Rowntree Foundation: 

UK Poverty 2018 a comprehensive analysis of poverty trends and figures 

Housing & Life Experiences Report 

Liverpool University: 

Assessing the Health Impact of Austerity and Rising Poverty in the UK 

LSE: 

The alleged simplicity of Universal Credit and the lived experience of benefit claimants 

Money and Mental Health Policy Institute: 

The Benefits Assault Course 

NHS England:

Guidance for NHS Commissioners on Equality and Health Inequalities legal duties (Equalities Act 2010) 

NHS Lothian:

Welfare Reform Health Impact Delivery Group – so what

WAHP Diagram Updated May 2019

The impact of UK Welfare Reform since 2010

Oxford University: 

Impact of Welfare Benefit Sanctioning on Food Insecurity 

RCPCH: 

Child Health in England in 2030: comparisons with other wealthy countries and State of Child Health: Sustainability and Transformation Plans 

Poverty and Child Health: views from the front line. 

Rural England: 

Issues facing Providers of Social Care in Rural England 

UN:

UN special rapporteur for extreme poverty and human rights, Professor Philip Alston, statement on visit to UK 

Submission from CILIP (The Library and Information Association) to the special rapporteur Professor Philip Alston

Welfare Conditionality:

Welfare Conditionality Final Findings Disabled People

Welfare Conditionality: Final Findings Overview

Government and Statutory Reports:

Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer for Health 2018

NAO Financial Sustainability of Local Authorities (2018)

NAO Benefit Sanctions (2016)

NAO Report into Universal Credit (2018) 

DWP Benefit Cap: Analysis of outcomes of capped claimants (2014)

HMRC The transition from tax credits to Universal Credit: qualitative and quantitative research with claimants 2017

Work and Pensions select committee report into Universal Credit: support for disabled people (2018)

Department for Culture, Media and Sport Taking Part report focus on: Diversity (2016)

HOC Library Briefing Paper Inquiry into the Rights of Persons with a Disability in the UK (2017) 

ONS Workless households for regions across the UK: 2017

ONS Employment in the UK: 2019

House of Commons Library Briefing Paper no 06294 21 Nov 2016 The Benefit Cap

House of Commons Select Committee on Work and Pensions ‘DWP reverses retroactive part of two child limit’ 11 Jan 2019

Dept for Culture, Media and Sport ‘Taking Part focus on: Diversity Statistical Release’ October 2016

Impact Assessments

Welfare Reform and Work Bill: Impact Assessment of Tax Credits and Universal Credit, changes to Child Element and Family Element (Treasury/HMRC/DWP)

The transition from tax credits to Universal Credit: qualitative and quantitative research with claimants (HMRC/DWP)

Welfare Reform and Work Bill: Impact Assessment for Converting Support for Mortgage Interest (SMI) from a benefit into a Loan (DWP)

Welfare Reform and Work Bill: Impact Assessment of the change in conditionality for responsible carers on Universal Credit

Welfare Reform and Work Bill: Impact Assessment to remove the ESA Work-Related Activity Component and the UC Limited Capability for Work Element for new claims (Treasury/DWP)

 

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