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Support for carers inquiry

Inquiry

The Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into the employment support carers receive, whether they are supported adequately by the DWP, how barriers to employment for carers can be reduced, and whether a 'cultural shift' is needed in attitudes towards carers in employment.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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13th Report - Employment support for carers
Inquiry Support for carers inquiry
HC 581
Report
Response to this report
13th Special Report - Employment Support for Carers: Government Response to the Committee’s Thirteenth Report
HC 1463
Special Report
13th Special Report - Employment Support for Carers: Government Response to the Committee’s Thirteenth Report
Inquiry Support for carers inquiry
HC 1463
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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7 February 2018
Inquiry Support for carers inquiry
Witnesses Nikki Kimber, Carer, Olga Budimir, Carer, Liz Abrahams, Carer, Katie O’Shaughnessy, Carer, Bethan Pound, CarerSally Wilson, Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Employment StudiesSarah Newton MP, Minister of State for Disabled People, Health and Work, Andrew Latto, Deputy Director, Devolution and Welfare in Later Life, Duncan Gilchrist, Deputy Director Fuller Working Lives and State Pension Policy
Oral Evidence
10 January 2018
Inquiry Support for carers inquiry
Witnesses Emily Holzhausen OBE, Director, Carers UK, Sarah Jackson OBE, Chief Executive, Working Families, Moira Wilkinson, Network Manager, Carers TrustNicola Best, Building Better Opportunities Project Mentor, Northamptonshire Carers, Fiona Malpas, Project Manager, Carers Support Centre (Bristol and South Gloucestershire), Joanne Speed, Former CEO, Dove Service (Staffordshire)Laurence Beckett, People Business Partner, Savings and Retirement, UK, Aviva, Arthur Allen MBE, Founder, Listawood
Oral Evidence
London School of Economics (SFC0064)
Forum of Private Business (SFC0062)
NHS Improvement (SFC0063)

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