How you can get involved
Submit reports to the Early Warning System
If you or any of your colleagues work with individuals and families who have been affected by changes to the benefit system, and you think that someone needs to know about their experience, then you should get involved.
Use the EWS report form to tell us about your case. We only ask for basic details and your client remains anonymous throughout.
If you would like to talk to us directly about your client’s experiences or discuss any aspect of the Early Warning System, please call Dan Norris on 020 7812 5226 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In return for your help you will receive:
- Updates about the findings from the Early Warning System
- Details about how the case studies have been used
- Information about any changes that have arisen as a result of the Early Warning System
Above all, you will know that you are contributing to the development of policies and planning decisions which could make a big difference to lives and families you work with.
Invite us to speak at your event
We want to spread the word about the Early Warning System: if you run a team meeting, conference or event, we would be pleased to talk about the problems the Early Warning System is highlighting and the tactics you can use to resolve them.
We are seeing a lot of universal credit cases currently so, if you work in an area that will go full service soon or have a lot of clients on UC, the talk will be particularly useful for you. The talk is free, we’ll travel to you and can adapt the talk to the time you have available.
Contact Dan Norris at email@example.com