The CSJ last night held its 10th annual awards ceremony - celebrating the work of grassroots charities fighting poverty and disadvantage. Prime Minister David Cameron said the event gives charities the recognition they deserve.
Prime Minister David Cameron has outlined a raft of educational reforms – including a scheme to introduce a national teaching service to get the best staff to weaker schools. The CSJ called for this last month as part of its Breakthrough Britain 2015 series.
The CSJ is teaming up with leading urban youth charity XLP to host a conference on youth mental health and the impact it can have on society.
A two year investigation which has seen CSJ staff travel 12,000 miles and interview thousands of people has been published. Breakthrough Britain 2015 offers a host of solutions to tackle poverty in time for the General Election.