Tag Archives: poverty
In April 2012 the rules for Working Tax Credit for couples with children changed. Previously, couples had to work at least 16 hours a week between both parents. Since April they will have to increase their working hours to at … Continue reading
We thought you might like a progress report on our efforts to disrupt poverty in Leeds. What happened at the April Results Factory to Disrupt Poverty in Leeds? Once again about 40 people from across the city came together because … Continue reading
Come and meet them at Disrupting Poverty in Leeds http://dispov.eventbrite.co.uk/ What’s thePeoplesPower.co.uk all about? In a few words – Collective Energy Purchasing. To sign-up (it’s free and there’s no obligation): http://www.thepeoplespower.co.uk/ We think the relationship between energy suppliers and household consumers … Continue reading
I’m a governor at an inner city Leeds primary school. Over 60 per cent of the children who attend the school are eligible for free school meals, and a very high proportion of children are considered by the official statistics … Continue reading
Nice work from the Children’s Society. This is a big issue in Leeds where some 4000 children a day entitled to free school meals who don’t take them up.
Having attended the last Disrupting Poverty event Feature Media, Interplay and Logistik decided to get together and try and disrupt poverty on their doorstep in the only way we know how – by being creative. Here’s what we’ve done so … Continue reading