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Hard Times. Tony Wilson Director of Policy and Research Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion. Toughest jobs market for a generation. Back in 2010, consensus was return to trend growth. Since then things have got worse – new forecasts are much weaker. And even those may be optimistic!.

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hard times

Hard Times

Tony Wilson

Director of Policy and Research

Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion

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So:
  • Hard times
  • And far tougher than when JCP and Work Programme budgets were set
so what does this mean for homeless and vulnerably housed
So what does this mean for homeless and vulnerably housed?

Threats:

  • Economy
  • Public funding
  • Incentives/ structures
  • Freedom and flex
  • Welfare reform

... But opportunities:

  • Experience
  • Freedom and flex
experience
Experience

Know what good looks like:

  • Single lead case worker within JCP/ WP
  • Collaboration with homelessness services
    • Co-location
    • Referrals to services
    • Reciprocal training
  • Addressing all barriers – esp. mental health, dependency, family breakdown, debt
freedom and flex
Freedom and flex
  • Less prescription in JCP is also an opportunity
    • Not just a service for when things go wrong
  • Work Programme “black box”, innovation
    • Opportunity to engage is right now
  • More local control – across LA budgets, skills, health, regeneration (but less money overall)
  • Emerging social finance market – Big Society Capital, Community Budgets
so where go from here
So where go from here?
  • What’s working?
    • In local partnerships
    • With JCP/ Work Programme/ others
  • How go further?
    • E.g. building on Homeless Link/ JCP guidance; through Work Programme; in local partnerships
  • What needs to change?
tony wilson director of policy and research centre for economic and social inclusion
Tony Wilson

Director of Policy and Research

Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion