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London’s Poverty Profile 2011

Author: Trust for London, New Policy Institute

A new London’s Poverty Profile report has been published.

The report updates a wide range of indicators on housing, work, health and income poverty to assess what has changed since the first report in 2009. The report includes a new section on services including GPs, primary schools and transport.

All the data and analysis in the new report are also available on the London’s Poverty Profile website. Read the key findings of our new research or start exploring all the updated indicators.

The report was launched at an event at the Bishopsgate Institute, chaired by Channel 4 Social Affairs editor, Jackie Long. The event included a debate between Nick Pearce, Director of IPPR (the Institute for Public Policy Research) and Neil O’Brien, Director of Policy Exchange on the recent disturbances which took place in London and other parts of the country.

Media Coverage:
The Times (page 15)
The Guardian – Society
The Telegraph
The Guardian Online
Dave Hill’s London Blog (The Guardian)
London Tonight (11 minutes in)
BBC London Television (14 minutes in)
BBC London Radio (1 hour in)
Sky News radio
The Huffington Post
Dave Hill’s London Blog (The Guardian) 21 October 2011 – Launch of report
Dave Hill’s London Blog (The Guardian) 15 February 2012 – London’s unemployment
Sunrise radio
Inside Housing
Charity Times

London’s Poverty Profile is commissioned by Trust for Londonand produced by New Policy Institute.


20 November 2011

London’s Poverty Profile 2011