Can Edinburgh build its way out of poverty?

Can Edinburgh build its way out of poverty?

There is no pathway to ending poverty in Edinburgh without resolving the city’s housing and homelessness crisis, writes our guest blogger, Professor Glen Bramley from the Institute for Social Policy, Housing, Equalities Research at Heriot Watt University. The city of...
Blog:  End Poverty Edinburgh – The Baton Holders

Blog: End Poverty Edinburgh – The Baton Holders

On Tuesday, the City of Edinburgh’s Policy and Sustainability Committee agreed the actions set out in the End Poverty in Edinburgh Delivery Plan 2020-30, published by the Council last week. This is a significant step in meeting the Edinburgh Poverty Commission’s call...
Blog: End Poverty in Edinburgh Delivery Plan 2020-30

Blog: End Poverty in Edinburgh Delivery Plan 2020-30

2 December 2020 When we launched our final report, A Just Capital , we specifically asked public bodies to endorse our Call to Action. The City of Edinburgh Council, was yesterday (1 December), first off the mark and Councillors on the local authority’s Policy and...
Ending Poverty in Edinburgh Delivery Plan 2020-2030

Ending Poverty in Edinburgh Delivery Plan 2020-2030

At yesterday’s (1 December 2020) the City of Edinburgh Council’s Policy and Sustainability Committee, agreed the Ending Poverty in Edinburgh Delivery Plan 2020-2030 outlining how the Council will rise to the challenge of ending poverty in Edinburgh by 2030. Ahead of...

Living Wage Week articles

A Just Capital identified action needed for Edinburgh’s employers, Trades Unions, social enterprises, and public sector bodies to come together in a new collective to make Edinburgh a Living Wage City with a shared commitment to the actions needed to at least double...