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Lost – one poverty minister’s post

Posted in BlogBlog | Sep 15, 2014

Last week’s surprise Welsh Cabinet reshuffle brought a drop – by one – in the number of cabinet posts. The one that went was the Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty, with the new arrangements wrapping up poverty with housing, communities…

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How to halve poverty in 15 years

Posted in BlogBlog | Sep 01, 2014

Back in 1999, then Prime Minister Tony Blair made a commitment to end child poverty by 2020.  With child poverty levels at the time of around 34%, this was an ambitious target that would always have been tough to achieve….

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Picture a Wales without poverty

Posted in BlogBlog | Jul 21, 2014

  On the surface it’s easy to picture a Wales without poverty. We would see all households earning the minimum income required for a basic standard of living. Wales would be a Living Wage nation where we see an end…

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Wish Upon a Seren

Posted in BlogBlog | Jul 07, 2014

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Bevan Foundation are inviting us all to think about what Wales would be like without poverty. There is the factual-style answer – such a Wales would see virtually full employment on the Living Wage,…

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Review 25

        The Spring 2014 issue of Review is packed with all of the latest news from the Bevan Foundation. It features an article on Human Rights and Devolution by Wayne David. An article on how local communities work…

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