Destitution and Paths to Justice

This report, jointly commissioned by The Legal Education Foundation and The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, is one of a number of parallel reports published alongside Fitzpatrick et al’s (2018) research “Destitution in the UK”. Fitzpatrick et al’s (2018) research estimates that: “approximately 1,550,000 people, 365,000 of them children, were destitute in UK at some point over […]

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Destitution in the UK 2018

This research looks at the factors pushing people into destitution and the solutions to the problem. It highlights three key asks which would protect people from becoming destitute and support those who end up in destitution. The UK Government needs to: End the freeze on working-age benefits so they at least keep up with the […]

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Litigants in person in private family law cases

Trinder et al., Elizabeth

London: Ministry of Justice

2014

Litigants in person in private family law cases
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Report of the Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing as a Component of the Right to an Adequate Standard of Living, and on the Right to Non-Discrimination in This Context, Raquel Rolnik

UN Human Rights Council,

A/HRC/25/54/Add.2

2013

Report of the Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing as a Component of the Right to an Adequate Standard of Living, and on the Right to Non-Discrimination in This Context, Raquel Rolnik
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