Blogs - Poverty research

Press Project is a project of the Broadbent Institute is a daily roundup of news and progressive analysis.

Keywords: analysis, inequality, news, Poverty Research, All of Canada

A Vancouver artist and activist, shares stories and photos of some of the work she has done in the Downtown Eastside for the last 20 years and how the community is changing with gentrification.

Keywords: Art and Culture, gentrification, Poorbashing, Poverty Research, British Columbia

The Edmonton Social Planning Council has an Issue Brief Blog that they will be updating regularly with commentaries on a variety of current and topical issues. In addition, film and book reviews will be posted by ESPC volunteers.

Keywords: Alberta, Government Policy, Poverty Research, social issues

From PeacockPoverty:

PeacockPoverty is a collection of individuals with an experience of poverty who join together to share knowledge, strength, talent and wisdom with each other and our friends.

Peacock Poverty posts poverty news and opinion in an online magazine format with contributor blogs. Updated regularly, the site has a comprehensive index of...

Keywords: Homelessness, Human Rights, Media, Organizing, Poverty Research, Unemployment, Welfare, All of Canada, International

No Excuse: The Poverty Project is a blog managed and mostly written by Hamilton Spectator poverty beat reporter, Bill Dunphy, and is part of the paper's larger Poverty Project. The blog has daily news items, events, resources, and a chance to engage in discussions with the paper, Dunphy and each other.

Keywords: Media, Poverty Research, Ontario

The Poverty News Blog has news and links about the struggle of the poor around the world.

Keywords: Media, Poverty Research, International

The Social Policy Cafe is a new blog, created to have a conversation about social policy in a non-partisan, respectful way.

Keywords: Poverty Research, All of Canada

Peacock Poverty is a blog written collectively by a group of individuals with experiences of poverty who have joined together to share knowledge, strength, talent and wisdom with each other and their friends.

Keywords: lived experience, living in poverty, Poverty Research, All of Canada

A blog about the book, To Right These Wrongs: The North Carolina Fund and the Battle to end Inequality in 1960s.

When Governor Terry Sanford established the North Carolina Fund in 1963, he saw it as a way to provide a better life for the “tens of thousands whose family income is so low that daily subsistence is always in doubt.” Illustrated with evocative photographs by Billy...

Keywords: Poverty Research, United States

Halifax and surrounding areas anti-poverty rants from a social hellion and feminist anti-poverty activist living in HRM

Keywords: Poverty Research, Nova Scotia