Young people who live independently often fall between the cracks of public services designed more with more stereotypical family types in mind. Social security is little different. Entitlement to benefits Nearly 40 years ago, entitlement to benefits was removed for …
Chris Goulden is a member of the Social Security Advisory Committee.
Chris is Deputy Director of Policy and Research at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. He is a former social researcher at the Home Office and Cabinet Office. Chris has also been a cancer researcher in the NHS, a member of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills Policy Expert Group and a member of the Social Research Association Board. He has a masters degree in social research methods from South Bank University.
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SSAC is an independent statutory body that provides impartial advice on social security and related matters. We scrutinise most of the complex secondary legislation that underpins the social security system.
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