We’ve compiled a list of 25 useful Twitter accounts if you want to follow welfare reform. In this post we reveal the first 10…
- Follow them all – and over 40 others – as a list here.
- How we did it: finding Twitter accounts to follow
1. Joseph Rowntree Fdn. @jrf_uk, @Helen_Barnard
I shouldn’t have to live off soup because I can’t afford anything else” @BBCMarkEaston #MIS2014 – storfiy http://t.co/iX2iSq0Jfp via @jrf_uk
— Helen Barnard (@Helen_Barnard) January 24, 2014
Helen Barnard is Research Programme Manager at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), the social research policy charity of Quaker origins.
The JRF conducts a range of research into welfare issues, and created the MIS, the Minimum Income Standard, estimating what is an adequate income based on what the public believe to be minimum living standards.
2. ResolutionFoundation @resfoundation
Look out for the launch of their study The State of Living Standards 2014 on February 11th. Continue reading 25 Twitter accounts to follow in 2014 on welfare reform – the first 10