Thrive Teesside, as part of the APLE Collective, have released a blog post on the JRF website- describing the impact of digital exclusion on low-income communities. Crossing the digital divide is essential to ensuring that the response to COVID-19 includes us all, say the Addressing Poverty with Lived Experience (APLE) Collective. For the APLE Collective, […]
Thrive Teesside have signed a letter calling on the chancellor to raise Child Benefit to £50 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. For more information on the Letter, visit the LSE Website here:
To coincide with International Women’s Day 2020, Thrive Teesside have released a special edition of our women’s book #ThrivingWomen. The theme for this years International Women’s Day is “#EachforEqual”. From the official website, “An equal world is an enabled world. Individually, we’re all responsible for our own thoughts and actions – all day, every day. […]
‘The Spirit Of Teesside’ a short film created by Ron Everett to coincide with our ‘Thriving Teesside’ book launch is now available to watch now. This video was produced to coincide with our book launch ‘Thriving Teesside’, this video is a visualization of one of the poems within the book titled ‘The Spirit Of Teesside’, […]
Poverty2Solutions have been included in the top 100 changemakers of 2020, featuring in The Big Issue! Thrive Teesside and the Poverty2Solutions team are honoured to have been included in this list and can’t wait to see what 2020 brings. From The Big Issue website: In this week’s Big Issue magazine, we recognise those doing what […]
Shocking statistics show the level of child poverty in Stockton is rising affecting more than 16,000 kids. That’s more than a third (37.4%) of youngsters in the town living below the poverty line – up from 33%. The figures were revealed in a Stockton safeguarding children board report which analysed the care on offer for […]
The Thrive Teesside team took to the Arc in Stockton-On-Tees on the 6th of December to launch their new books, Thriving Teesside and Thriving Women.