Christianity, Poverty and Politics in the 21st Century City
Life on the Breadline is a three year multi-disciplinary ESRC-funded project analysing the nature, scope and impact of Christian engagement with urban poverty in the UK in the context of austerity since the 2008 financial crisis.
What can churches do now to prepare for the difficult winter ahead? J+ CEO Natalie Williams joined @ChrisShannahan from #BreadlineResearch on the @HopefulActivists podcast to talk it through. Listen in to their conversation here:
#HopefulActivists: ICYMI last week listen @ChrisShannahan, from @CTPSR at @CovUniResearch, talking about helping to create @hope in communities - #BreadlineResearch @hopefulactivism @JubileePlus https://praxiscentre.org/podcast-archives/cost-of-living-crisis-taking-anti-poverty-action-in-the-uk
What can churches do now to prepare for the difficult winter ahead as the cost of living crisis bites? Natalie Williams from @jubileeplus shares practical tips, and @ChrisShannahan from #BreadlineResearch shares his insights on our new episode, out now: http://hopefulactivists.captivate.fm/listen
Check out this important new resource from @CTPSR_Coventry Life on the Breadline partner @churchpoverty - Invaluable for those challenging poverty in the context of worship and small group work #BreadlineResearch