The under-pensioned: disabled people and people from ethnic minorities
Research by the PPI in 2003 investigated the future pension incomes of women, disabled and ethnic minority people. Since the original PPI analysis, the government has introduced major reforms to both state and private pensions, which had a specific aim to be fair to women and carers.
This new research has been commissioned from the PPI by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to examine the specific pension situation of disabled people and people from ethnic minorities.
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A short Briefing Note is also available, please click here to download.
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