Poverty Alliance

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Scotland is well on track to having 500 Living Wage-accredited employers by March 2016 as a further milestone was reached yesterday. Riverside Cottage Nursery in Bathgate has been confirmed as the 250th accredited employer on the same day that Dumfries and Galloway Council was confirmed as the secon

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Poverty charity Cyrenians has been awarded Living Wage status. The charity, which supports those excluded from family, home, work or community, has 110 staff who deliver services in seven local authority areas as well as providing training across the country through its Scottish Centre for Conflict

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A group of young people who are volunteering with the Poverty Alliance and Children in Scotland have compiled a survey designed to explore the views of housing staff about housing and communities. The short survey forms part of a participatory research project commissioned by Wheatley Group.

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The Living Wage Foundation, in partnership with Poverty Alliance, has announced that Waverley Housing has been accredited as a Living Wage employer. The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually and is calculated according to the basic cost of living using the ‘Minimum I

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