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"There is still a lot of work to do in the city to eradicate poverty. Our report confirmed this, with many harrowing stories. We will still continue to challenge a system that is structured in a way to make it difficult for people in need to access help." - Lizzie Paul, Dundee Fairness Commissioner You can read the Dundee Evening Telegraph article here: https://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/fp/relaunched-dundee-fairness-commission-vows-to-tackle-poverty-in-the-city-following-covid-19/ You can read the full report here:

Dundee Fairness Commission Relaunch Report

The Covid-19 pandemic has been challenging for everyone. After a pause during lockdown, the Dundee Fairness Commission has regrouped and relaunched. They are focusing on the areas of Food & Fuel, Mental Health and Disability and how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected these 3 areas. Even though this is a challenging time, the Dundee Fairness Commission believes that fairness can and should still be fought for in the City. Today we are launching a report that shares people’s experiences of the lockdown and also what direction the Fairness Commission is moving in over the next 6 months. Below is a link to the report . #ChallengePoverty #TogetherWeCan #ChallengePovertyWeek #DundeeFairnessCommis

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