We are pleased to announce the publication of the final report of the Commission. Lord Low would like to thank the trusts and foundations which gave financial support and all those who have contributed to the work of the Commission. Lord Low will be leading some follow-up work to ensure that his report’s recommendations are implemented, please continue to check this site for updates.
Following the Report’s launch, the Commission is proceeding to the next phase of its work to influence policy makers, strengthen its evidence base, and engage the public and stakeholders – the simple objective is to see our recommendations implemented. The Legal Action Group have recruited a Campaigns and Research Manager, to support the Commission in driving this phase forwards.
As part of the second stage of the Low Commission's work we have also published a further follow up report (March 2015).
GETTING IT RIGHT IN SOCIAL WELFARE LAW
Getting_it_Right_Report_web.pdf (Adobe PDF - 563Kb)
Our original report can be downloaded below.
TACKLING THE ADVICE DEFICIT
Low-Commission-Report-FINAL-VERSION.pdf (Adobe PDF - 567Kb)
Low-Commission-Press-Release.pdf (Adobe PDF - 41Kb)
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See more about our work on advice services in health and care settings, including our latest report on this, here Advice and Heath
The Commission’s work covers: asylum, benefits, community care, debt, education (including special educational needs), employment, housing and immigration. The Commission will take a wide view of its brief, looking at ways of reducing demand for advice and legal support in these areas, as well as investigating new approaches to delivery and funding.