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Reports and Statistics

In this section, you can find reports and statistics to support your fundraising efforts and support the evidencing of need.

LONDON'S POVERTY PROFILE 2017 – TRUST FOR LONDON

LONDON'S POVERTY PROFILE 2017 – TRUST FOR LONDON

Trust for London has published the 2017 London's Poverty Profile. Trust for London and the New Policy Institute have updated a wide range of indicators related to poverty and inequality in London. These indicators draw on government data and reveal how the capital compares to the rest of the country, highlights trends and differences between groups and boroughs, and show changes since the last report in 2015, as well as over the longer term.

You can consult the data for Westminster here

JSNA HIGHLIGHT REPORT FOR WESTMINSTER (JAN 2017)

JSNA HIGHLIGHT REPORT FOR WESTMINSTER (JAN 2017)

This is a summary of the public health challenges and opportunities for those living in, working in or visiting the Borough of Westminster. It brings together very useful data about Westminster demographics, health and wellbeing (eg.child poverty, obesity, social isolation etc), mental health, housing and air pollution.

Report

Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing

Health Data

Children and Young People

Children and Young People

Local strategies towards better child health for London – an analysis

Local strategies towards better child health for London – an analysis

4in10: London’s child poverty network has recently completed a review of all 33 London health and wellbeing strategies, exploring how Health and Wellbeing Boards in London can improve population health by addressing economic and social factors, focussing on the five key themes that we see as vital to tackling child health inequalities. 4in10 has also published a resource for councillors, to help them lead improvement in local health and wellbeing strategies. 

REPORT ON LOCAL CHILD POVERTY FIGURES

 

End Child Poverty has published new figures (January 2018) on the level of child poverty in each constituency, local authority and ward in the UK.