Defending dignity, unlocking potential.
PPR's Right to Income campaigns challenge systems which drive people into poverty. We challenge both discriminatory laws that ban people from earning an income and consciously cruel social security decisions stripping people of their sole income.
We don't believe anyone should be intentionally left destitute. We don't believe that any person should profit from others' misery. We believe in an economy which serves the people, not the other way around. Everyone should have the means and opportunity to lead a dignified life.
- A social security system that promotes human rights
Integration of human rights standards into welfare assessments and a guaranteed adequate income.
- An end to the 'hostile environment'
Secure the right to work for people seeking asylum.
- Promote the alternative economies
Support mutual aid networks providing goods and services within marginalised communities.
What we want
Conscious cruelty embedded in the system
The percentage of children in NI living in relative income poverty. People are considered to be living in relative income poverty if the income of their household is less than 60% of the UK median household income.
The amount provided to Asylum seekers, who don't have the right to work, per day. This income is supposed to allow for food, transport, sanitary items, clothing and all other essentials.
The percentage rise in the number of NI households claiming Universal Credit since the onset of the Covid-19 crisis
Massive increase in food bank usage
Foodbank usage in NI (2013 - 2020)
PPR, R2W and Welfare Advice Organisations Call on Minister Hargey To Act on Commitments (Part Two)
Almost a year ago the People's Proposal received broad political and popular support and then... nothing changed. Now the results of a recent survey of advice workers exposes the impact of continued inaction by the Communities Minister.