Improving prisoners’ Internet access will develop their employment prospects and mental health, making Britain’s streets safer, says the Centre for Social Justice (@csjthinktank) in their 'Digital Technology in Prisons' report
@CSJthinktank reveals severe financial stress on Britain’s poorest, exacerbated by Covid-19 lockdowns
A shocking 37 per cent of low-income Brits are worried about losing their job in the near future, according to a new survey.
Cushioned by the security of paid employment, the chance to build new skills, and the prospect of a job beyond that, apprenticeships are powerful agents of progress. They increase employability and earning potential, without the weight of student debt tied to learners’ futures. They allow people to retrain in a fast-changing world. And by tracking demand in the market, they boost our economy.
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