By purchasing pamphlets you enable Relative Poverty to continue as well as raising awareness of destitution in the UK. The project is supported by people and organisations around the country, many, such as Christopher Down (pamphlet design) and Jon Parker (web design), offering invaluable skilled in-kind support. Without the crowdfunders listed on the opening page, and especially Healthwatch Doncaster, the project could not have begun. After shooting in the Winter of 2016/17 funding from Doncaster Trades Council in the Spring of 2017 helped meet the exhibition production costs. Funding from Unite Community Sheffield branch enabled the exhibit to visit Sheffield Central Library in June 2017. Funding from Unison Doncaster branch is facilitating the continued tour of Doncaster libraries. Only lack of funding is preventing the exhibition touring to libraries in Barnsley, Bristol, Leeds and the rest of Sheffield. If you would like to donate, or can help Relative Poverty tour further afield, please drop me a line.
When discussing the 1.25 million who face destitution and the UK government policies that impact on them please make use of the infographics featuring Relative Poverty photographs created by Dr Simon Duffy of The Centre for Welfare Reform here.
The eight page full colour pamphlet designed by Christopher Down of www.articledesign.co.uk, features text and images from Dave and Natasha’s stories. The reverse of the pamphlet folds out to an A2 poster of Dave’s hand.
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