We are grateful to the following individuals and organisations for their support in providing data for use in the Monitor:

  • Rachel Parkin, Save the Children
  • Christopher Pope, Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • Joanna Hill and Thomas Weekes, The Trussell Trust
  • Chris Lea, United Utilities
  • Rachel Howley and Ed Whitfield, Greater Manchester CAB
  • Tom Cave and Hanna Rooslien, Turn2Us
  • Joe Richardson, Citizens UK
  • Shairi Bowes, Salford City Council
  • Charlotte Miles, Trussell Trust
  • Joe Richardson, Living Wage Foundation
  • Simon Watts, Oldham Council
  • Neddim Siddique, Department of Work and Pensions
  • Joel Wade, ‘Made by Wade’ designer (infographics)
  • officers at each of Greater Manchester’s ten councils.

Particular thanks go to Ian Jones (and his colleagues Emily Dearden and Laura Jackman) of the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership for creating the data visualisations shown on the Monitor, providing additional data analysis and supporting us with the identification and interpretation of datasets.  Thank you also to Zohaib Rafique (independent data analyst) for producing five further visualisations for the Monitor in July/August.

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