Human Rights Watch- Automated Hardship How the Tech-Driven Overhaul of the UK’s Social Security System Worsens Poverty (Thrive Teesside)


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Thrive Teesside have been featured in a report on automating Universal Credit, published by Human Rights Watch. According to Tracey Herrington, project manager at Thrive Teesside, a social justice charity based in Stockton-On-Tees, these updates did not reach the people most affected by the new information, particularly those without internet access at home: “People have […]

October 1, 2020

Raise Child Benefit- Official Press release


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Thrive Teesside, which works with people on low incomes in Stockton, has teamed up with other organisations and stakeholders around the UK to urge the Chancellor to act and immediately raise CHILD benefit to £50 a week to ease the strain on families during the coronavirus crisis.  A number of reports this week alone have […]

September 18, 2020

What does participatory research mean to our community, whether in a pandemic or not?


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Thrive Teesside manager Tracey Herrington has written an article for the Covid Realities website, discussing participatory research in our comminity and our personal experiences at Thrive Teesside. “Thrive Teesside works tirelessly to ensure the voice, skills, knowledge and expertise of low income communities is respected, listened to and afforded the opportunity to work alongside others to […]

September 9, 2020

A Letter To The Chancellor- Child Benefit


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Thrive Teesside have signed a letter calling on the chancellor to raise Child Benefit to £50 per child a week, helping families facing the #COVID-19 crisis. We believe it is a simple, efficient and cost effective way to provide urgently needed help. Read the full letter below:

April 29, 2020