Ekklesia and the Centre for Welfare Reform have created a joint project in advance of the UK General Election on 8 June 2017.
We will share useful publications, statistics, stories or graphics to help people decide who to vote for.
Together we want to live in a society that works for everyone - for the common good. That means paying particular attention to those facing discrimination, disadvantage, poverty and exclusion.
It would be good if we were "all in this together". At the moment we're not. It's important to understand why so that we can act - and vote - for change.
We will share information via Twitter and Facebook using #vote4commongood
If you have information you would like to share please connect via social media or email us:
#GE2017 resources in our library here.
Articles in the news section you may find useful:
- Letter to Damian Green MP outlining the failures of welfare reform
- Letter to Prime Minister Theresa May criticising her cuts to disability benefits
- Report from the United Nations on UK's failure to protect disability rights
- Report from the United Nations on UK's failure to respect human rights
- Report outlines failure of Government's confused Troubled Families programme
- Christians call on DWP to end the attack on disabled people
- Government's controlling approach to welfare is counterproductive
- Academics call for retraction of flawed research behind welfare reform
- Official research demonstrates collapse of social care under cuts
- Architect of welfare reform, Iain Duncan Smith, resigns over further disability cuts
- Church leaders call for an end to the sanctions regime for people using benefits
- Academic reports shows government policy is increasing suicides and mental illness
Free images for social justice campaigners:
Les Monaghan is a photographic political artist and shares his work on Relative Poverty here.