Time to think again: disability benefits and support after COVID-19
The benefits system for disabled people, and the support that accompanies it, are broken. This report shows that across a range of metrics, the system is failing disabled people and their families and communities.
|Published:||24 February 2021|
Measuring the Disability Pay Gap in London
This report, commissioned by Peabody, provides new insights into the lives of individuals living in London - in particular, with respect to their living standards and financial situation.
|Published:||05 September 2019|
Supporting disabled people into work – A view from London
This Social Market Foundation (SMF) report provides new evidence on the labour market outcomes of Londoners with a work limiting condition or disability.
|Published:||01 May 2018|
Striving for better: Welfare and a labour market that work for disabled people
This is the second in a series of reports by the Social Market Foundation that consider the Government’s ambition of halving the disability employment gap.
|Published:||20 October 2016|
Disability, Skills and Work: Raising our ambitions
This paper finds that improving the employment rate of disabled people to the UK average would boost the UK economy by £13 billion, equivalent to six months economic growth.
|Published:||01 June 2007|
|Author:||Social Market Foundation|
The Incapacity Trap: Report of the SMF Commission on Incapacity Benefit Reform
This report argues that reform should focus on providing the right conditions for these people to re-enter employment, rather than prolonging their stay on a benefit which helps neither them nor society.
|Published:||30 June 2005|