Life on the Breadline - Policy Dissemination

Project: Research

Project Details

Description

Dissemination of Life on the Breadline research findings and impact photographic exhibition, public meeting and workshop for national policymakers in the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.

Layman's description

During the Age of Austerity the Church has become a key player in responding to growing levels of poverty in the UK. This initiative shares the findings of the 2018-2021 Life on the Breadline project with MP and Lords at the Houses of Parliament

Key findings

During the Age of Austerity the Church has become a key player in responding to growing levels of poverty in the UK. Four broad approaches characterise Christian engagement with poverty - caring, campaigning and advocacy, community building and social enterprise. Life on the Breadline is the first project by academic theologians to study the response of the Church in the UK to austerity and growing levels of poverty.
Short titleLife on the Breadline - Policy Dissemination
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/09/231/09/24

Keywords

  • Poverty
  • inequality
  • Church
  • Christianity
  • Theology

Themes

  • Faith and Peaceful Relations

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