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New edition of SAPR reflects on the consequences of Brexit for tackling poverty
Special Election 2016 Edition of SAPR - the party leaders give their priorities for tackling poverty
This edition of SAPR looks at the impact of recesssion and welfare change on young poeple in Scotland across Europe
What should Scotland's priorities be for tackling poverty? Here David Eiser, Paul Spicker, John Dickie and others give some suggestions
With evidence mounting that public attitudes to people living on low incomes has harded during the recession, this edition of SAPR looks at the impact of negative attitudes.
With the Scottish Parliament powers increasing in key areas, this edition of SAPR asks how these powers can best be used to address poverty.
This edition looks at the consequences and causes of the growth in food bank use in Scotland. We also consider the evidence emerging from Canada on the increased use of food banks
Women remain at significant risk of poverty, whether in or out of work. This edition of SAPR looks at some of the causes and consequences of poverty for women in Scotland (December 2012)
The latest edition of Scottish Anti-Poverty review looks at the issue of 'assets' and the fight against poverty. How can individual and community assets be best used to make an impact on poverty. (December 2011)