The Early Warning System

The Early Warning System collates case studies and evidence to demonstrate the impact of changes in the social security system on the wellbeing of children, their families and the communities and services that support them.

If you're an adviser working with people who have been affected by changes to the social security system and want to share details of a case:

Submit your case here

 

If you're not an adviser and you want to tell us about your experience of the social security system: 

Tell us about your experience here


You can also call (0207 812 5226) or email us ([email protected]), but please note we cannot give advice. More details about our advice service for advisers here.


If you want to keep up to date with what the Early Warning System is uncovering, and learn how you can help:

Subscribe to our regular e-bulletin

What is the Early Warning System?

The Early Warning System (EWS) gathers information and case studies about the impact of welfare reform on children and families across the UK.

How you can get involved

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.

Our impact

This is what the Early Warning System has achieved so far.

Latest from the Early Warning System

Early Warning System e-bulletin - April 2022

In this edition of the e-bulletin, we look at personal independence payment

Early Warning System e-bulletin - March 2022

In this edition of the e-bulletin, we look at carers and universal credit.

Early Warning System e-bulletin - February 2022

In this edition of the e-bulletin, we look at moves to universal credit.

E-bulletins

Early Warning System e-bulletin - April 2022

In this edition of the e-bulletin, we look at personal independence payment

Early Warning System e-bulletin - March 2022

In this edition of the e-bulletin, we look at carers and universal credit.

Early Warning System e-bulletin - February 2022

In this edition of the e-bulletin, we look at moves to universal credit.