Research Output per year
Greater Manchester Poverty Action is working to support local authorities and other stakeholders to advance conversations about social security provision across the city region. As part of GMPA’s work on social security, working in partnership with the Sustainable Housing and Urban Studies Unit (SHUSU) at the University of Salford, we invited leading social security policy experts to consider what Greater Manchester could learn from approaches to welfare policy in the devolved nations. The essays identify a number of lessons for Greater Manchester from the experience of devolved nations. What comes through strongly is that regardless of the levels of power over the social security system that exist, what can be done locally to support people accessing the welfare system depends on the interaction of available powers, available budget and political will.
|Title of host publication||Social security in Greater Manchester|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Sep 2020|
- social security
- welfare state
- Northern Ireland
- Greater Manchester
Universal Credit could be a lifeline in Northern Ireland, but it must be designed with people who use itPatrick, R. & Simpson, M., 30 Jun 2020, York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 53 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report
Simpson, M. & Patrick, R., May 2019, Ulster University, 28 p.
Research output: Working paper
Developing constitutional principles through firefighting: social security parity in Northern IrelandSimpson, M., 31 Mar 2015, In : Journal of Social Security Law. 22, 1, p. 31-49
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Simpson, M. (2020). Reflections on Northern Ireland’s mirror image approach to devolved social security. In Social security in Greater Manchester https://www.gmpovertyaction.org/social-security-in-gm/