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Responding to the Social Mobility Commissions annual state of the nation report released today, Campbell Robb, Chief Executive of the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation, said:
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Meet Confident Kris. He's the creation of big wave surfer Al Mennie - and he wants to show young (and older people) how with just a few minutes every day he earns strength and confidence, using it to conquer fears, worries and bullies.
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Responding to the publication of the Food Foundations Childrens Future Food Inquiry and the Trussell Trusts annual food bank data, Campbell Robb, Chief Executive of the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation, said:
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To unlock children and families from poverty, we must redesign our housing and labour markets and our social security system, says Helen Barnard.
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Following today#39;s news that the Government plans to ban no-fault evictions, Campbell Robb,chief executive of the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation, responds:
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Salary - 23,150 per annum (pro-rata) Hours - Part time 21 hours per week Location - The Homestead, York Term - 6 month fixed term contract
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Campbell Robb is to step down as chief executive of York-based Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust (JRHT) in the summer to take up the role of Chief Executive of Nacro, the social justice charity.
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Salary - 28,683 per annum Hours - Full time 35 hours per week Location - The Homestead, York Term - Permanent
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Families in poverty face another year of frozen benefits from today (8 April), amid the uncertainty of Brexit.
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Salary - 52,088 per annum (57,088 if London based) Hours - 35 hours per week full time but willing to consider flexibility Location - York or London Term - 12 month fixed term contract (willing to offer this as a secondment opportunity)
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Salary: 16,380 pro rata per annum Location: 5 placements in York, 1 placement (No 4) in London Hours: Full time 35 hours Duration: Start September for 6 months
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Salary - 42,660 per annum Hours - Full time, 35 hours per week Location - York Term - Permanent
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The latest official poverty stats from the Government for 2017/18 make for grim reading again this year. But with all eyes on Parliamentary Brexit machinations, its likely that many are going to miss seeing these vital figures.
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Responding to the official Scottish annual Households below average income data released today, Jim McCormick, associate director (Scotland) of the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation, said:
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Responding to the Governments annual Households below average income data released today showing an increasing proportion of children in poverty who have a parent in work,Campbell Robb, chief executive of the independent Joseph Rowntree Foundation, said:
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With progress on poverty faltering and more families struggling to make ends meet, JRF will be keeping a close eye on new Government stats – and its vital theyre not overlooked, says David Leese.
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The voices of people with direct experience of poverty are integral to bringing about a shift in policy, andacknowledginghow people are labelled and constrained by a system that doesnt address their needs and aspirations.
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Just to let you know we have a local Community Cafe in Bangor now on Tuesday mornings from 10.30am - 12.30pm if you have a group who may visit the Library you know that there is a now a Cafe there for refreshments and scones/traybkes etc
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Come and join us at our Community Cafe, every Tuesday at Bangor Carnegie Library from 10.30am - 12.30pm. Easy access with ground floor location. Everyone is welcome and enjoy hot drinks, scones and tray bakes Donations welcome!
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Compassion and justice are values that underpin our society – we believe in helping each other out when were having a tough time. We need to make sure those values underpin the way we talk about poverty too.

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