What does child poverty look like across Fife?
This is a summary of a two-year investigation by the FrameWorks Institute, exploring public attitudes towards poverty in the UK. Read More
The End Child Poverty coalition has just published a new interactive child poverty map covering Scotland and the rest of the UK, The local child poverty estimates are broken down by local authority, parliamentary constituency and ward.
The new figures reveal poverty affects children in every part of Scotland, with as many as 34% of children still living in poverty in Glasgow compared to 9% of children in Shetland. Read More
New data from the Scottish Government on “Children in families with limited resources across Scotland 2014-2016” provides estimates of the proportion of children in combined low income and material deprivation by council area and household characteristics. This was collected via the Scottish Household Survey (SHS) over three years, 2014 to 2016. Read More
1. This report is intended as a background paper to support local discussions in Fife around basic income.
2. It has been informed through collaborative discussions over the last year with-:
• International experts through BIEN (Basic Income Earth Network)
• Citizen’s Basic Income Network Scotland
• Glasgow and North Ayrshire Councils
• The Scottish Government Read More
Fife Health and Wellbeing Alliance has commissioned research into food insecurity in Fife, to build a better understanding of the extent of the issue, and of the initiatives in place to tackle food insecurity. The research was carried out by Iconic Consulting and published in August 2017. Read More
Council Tax Reduction in Scotland, 2016-17
Council Tax Reduction (CTR) statistics show that there were 491,760 CTR recipients in Scotland in March 2017; that’s around one-fifth of chargeable dwellings. The total number of CTR recipients in Scotland has gradually decreased by 11 per cent between the beginning of the scheme in Scotland in April 2013, and March 2017. Read More
Quick brief: Main findings for Fife from Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) 2016 Read More
A Fairer Fife is where all residents have the capability to live good lives, make choices and reach their full potential …… and where all children are safe, happy and healthy Read More