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The National Homelessness Event 2024: Working Collaboratively to Improve Homelessness Services

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The Diversity and Inclusion in Business Conference 2024

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Religion and Belief Inclusion at Work Conference 2024

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Managing Universal Credit Migration Supporting People At Risk of Homelessness

5.7 million people in the UK were claiming Universal Credit in July 2022. Crisis, the homeless charity, is working with Jobcentre Plus and the government to support those migrating to universal credit who are at risk of homelessness. Saskia Neibig, Senior Policy and Parliamentary Affairs Officer at Crisis discusses working in partnership to tailor support for people receiving Universal Credit who are also at risk of homelessness.

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Universal Credit: Improving the Experience of Universal Credit Claimants

Even though many people use Universal Credit as a tool to keep them out of poverty, many people in the UK still live below the poverty line. The Child Poverty Action Group shared their recommendations for improving the Universal Credit system to protect families from deprivation.

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Flaws in the System: Making Universal Credit Work Better for Claimants

More than 5.8 million people in England, Scotland and Wales are currently claiming Universal Credit (UC). The Child Poverty Action Group have identified flaws in the UC system which they argue are contributing to child poverty in the UK. This article examines why poverty is increasing and highlights what needs to change.

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