The CSJ has backed an announcement from David Cameron to fund relationship support and introduce a new ‘family test’ to government policy. It comes a month after the CSJ published its major report into family breakdown, Fully Committed?
Leading politicians and commentators will speak at the CSJ’s party conference programme. Highlights will include interviews between Spectator editor Fraser Nelson and the Home Secretary Theresa May and between Times columnist Tim Montgomerie and Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith. Full programme details below:
A two year investigation which has seen CSJ staff travel 12,000 miles and interview thousands of people will be published next month. Breakthrough Britain 2015 will offer a host of solutions to tackle poverty in time for the General Election.
We need to transform politics and create a society of the second chance if we are to tackle entrenched poverty in the UK, CSJ Director Christian Guy said at a recent Tedx talk.