The Centre for Social Justice is leading the charge to ensure tackling poverty and disadvantage are at the heart of the General Election 2015 campaign.
An array of CSJ proposals – from dozens of research reports – are being adopted ahead of the election by all of Britain’s mainstream parties.
Many of these are from the two-year investigation into UK poverty – Breakthrough Britain 2015 – which was published last year. The project looked at educational failure, addiction, family breakdown, worklessness, personal debt and the role of the voluntary sector in tackling social breakdown. Almost 200 recommendations emerged and the CSJ is delighted to see many of these already adopted by political parties.
Please click on the links below to see the CSJ ideas being backed by the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties.