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This study provides insights into how claimants experience UC in Northern Ireland, what lessons the rest of the UK can learn from devolved-level innovations, and how the benefit might develop in Northern Ireland. The findings and policy recommendations presented are grounded in the expertise of recipients of UC.
|Place of Publication||York|
|Publisher||Joseph Rowntree Foundation|
|Number of pages||53|
|ISBN (Electronic)||978 1 911581 80 2|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - 30 Jun 2020|
- Universal Credit
- social security
- Northern ireland
- Participatory research
- welfare state
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7 Jul 2021
Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
Mark Simpson (Member) & Les Allamby (Chair)7 Oct 2021 → 28 Feb 2022
Activity: Membership › Membership of committee
Simpson, M., 30 Jun 2022, Oxford: Hart Publishing. 272 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book › peer-review
Patrick, R., Fitzpatrick, C., Simpson, M. & Redman, J., 31 May 2022, COVID-19 collaborations: Researching poverty and low income family life during the pandemic. Garthwaite, K., Patrick, R., Power, M., Tarrant, A. & Warnock, R. (eds.). Bristol: Policy Press, p. 204-217 14 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › peer-reviewOpen Access
Allamby, L., Coyle, L., Devine, L., Harrison, C., Logan, K., McKinley, S., Portes, J., Simpson, M. & Yiasouma, K., 25 Oct 2022, Belfast: Department for Communities. 142 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned reportOpen AccessFile