Claimants 'tricked' out of benefits, says Jobcentre whistleblower

A Jobcentre Plus whistleblower has revealed to the Guardian how pressure to cut costs is leading to vulnerable claimants being 'set up' so their benefits get...

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The Right to Food in the Bible

Church Action on Poverty is exploring how we can secure people’s human right to food. In this guest post, Church Action on Poverty supporter Marie Pattison reflects on what the Bible has to say about food as a human right. I recently … Continue reading

Witnessing partnerships of hope and transformation in the south of Sheffield

The local Church Action on Poverty group in Sheffield will be holding their seventh annual pilgrimage on Saturday 10 October. This annual walk is a chance to discover inspiring church projects working to support their local communities. We asked the group … Continue reading

The Right to Food?

Following a report by Dr Hannah Lambie-Mumford of Sheffield University, Addressing Food Poverty in the UK: Charity, Rights and Welfare, Church Action on Poverty was invited to take the research to the next level. Our Poverty Media Coordinator Jackie and … Continue reading

A golden thread of hope

Churches and community groups across the UK are talking about what makes a Good Society, and how we can work together to make it real. Church Action on Poverty is  hearing from these conversations what a Good Society would look … Continue reading

What the DWP didn’t want you to know…

Church Action on Poverty uncovers new Government research which reveals millions of pensioners and working age families losing out as more than £10 billion in benefits go unclaimed. The Department for Work and Pensions research report, published without comment in … Continue reading

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