Adequate incomes

SVP believes that poverty is not inevitable and that there are ways to ensure that policies can be implemented to tackle income poverty.

This includes issues to do with Child and family poverty, fuel and energy poverty and the cost of food. You can use this area to give more information on the submission.

Latest Issue

SVP Submission to the Low Pay Commission on the National Minimum Wage March 2020
SVP’s 2020 submission to the Low Pay Commission requests that the National Minimum Wage moves towards the cost of living as measured by the Minimum Essential Standard of Living. We also ask that each year the interaction between the minimum wage and social welfare eligibility is examined and published, to make sure that people can make the most of increasing earnings.
Published 09 Mar 2020 | PDF | 369.39 KB
SVP Submission to the Low Pay Commission on the National Minimum Wage March 2020
Published 09 Mar 2020 | PDF | 369.39 KB
SVP Submission on Money Lenders 2019
Published 30 Jul 2019 | PDF | 284.29 KB
Benchmarking social welfare submission to DEASP
Published 24 Apr 2019 | PDF | 368.85 KB
Consultation on the National Minimum Wage (Low Pay Commission)
Published 05 Feb 2019 | PDF | 411.95 KB
SVP Reponses to the Review of the Consumer Protection Code for Licence Moneylenders
Published 02 Jul 2018 | PDF | 458.27 KB

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