We submitted evidence to the UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, ahead of his visit to the UK in November. This has now been published by the UN alongside other submissions.
According to the Guardian newspaper, Philip Alston who is an ’eminent international human rights lawyer called for submissions from anyone in the UK to establish “the most significant human rights violations experienced by people living in poverty and extreme poverty in the UK”. He is interested in the impact of austerity, universal credit, the advent of computer algorithms making decisions on welfare matters, and Brexit.’
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