Distant Neighbours: Poverty and Inequality in Islington
A report for Cripplegate Foundation by nef (the new economics foundation), 2013
Distant Neighbours uncovers people’s everyday experiences of poverty and inequality in Islington, and examines what can be done about it.
- How life has changed for Islington’s lower income residents since the publication of Invisible Islington in 2008 and during a period of economic uncertainty, public sector cuts and welfare reform
- What inequality looks like in Islington, how people experience it and what the consequences are for all of us
- How current trends will continue into the future and what Islington might look like in 2020
- What can be done locally to address poverty and inequality