• Welfare system needs to act as a springboard back into work, says CSJ

    The Centre for Social Justice took part in a Sunday Politics feature on welfare reform – where it said that the introduction of Universal Credit will help more people into work.

    Sunday Politics

  • Social media being used to trap modern slavery victims, Europol chief tells CSJ

    Europol Director Rob Wainwright delivered a speech at the CSJ and warned that social media is being used trap and enslave new victims.

    CSJ report on modern slavery - Rob Wainwright speech

  • Number of people in treatment for ‘legal highs’ triples, warns CSJ

    The number of people in treatment for taking ‘legal highs’ – which have been linked to the deaths of scores of young people – has soared by 216 per cent in the last five years, new figures reveal.

    Press Release

  • New report backs CSJ plan for hospital alcohol screenings

    A Government report has said hospitals should carry out alcohol screenings – a move proposed by the CSJ in the recent Ambitious for Recovery report.

    Report - CSJ Report - BBC coverage

  • Wherever there are broken communities the CSJ is there finding fresh solutions – says PM

    Prime Minister David Cameron has backed the work of the CSJ as it celebrates its 10th anniversary. In a video message, the PM said he was proud to have worked with the CSJ since he became Conservative leader.