Research to end poverty
The Bristol Poverty Institute (BPI) is dedicated to multi-disciplinary research on the causes, effects and measurement of poverty around the world to inform effective policy and practice. The BPI is one of seven new Specialist Research Institutes established by the University of Bristol in 2017 in recognition of the University's strengths and priorities, and was developed in response to the United Nations' call for Universities to play their part in helping to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals. In particular, the BPI is driven by SDG1: to end poverty in all its forms everywhere. Drawing on the legacy and experience of the University's Townsend Centre for International Poverty Research, we provide essential research and data to governments, NGOs and private sector bodies striving to reduce poverty in the UK and internationally.
Our work centres around the production and dissemination of practical solutions and policies to catalyse the eventual ending of world poverty.
Research into poverty at the Bristol Poverty Institute has had deep and far-reaching global impacts. The Institute is at the forefront of poverty research and our work has been applied worldwide in order to develop more effective and efficient anti-poverty policies.
Latest news, interviews and videos
- The poor pay more: free ATMs disappearing from deprived neighbourhoods 2 October 2019
- Bristol Poverty Institute volunteering day 24 August 2019
- Internal Funding Scheme: BPI engagement and networking fund 2019-20 10 July 2019
Associated schools and collaborating partners
We work with a number of associated schools and collabating partners, including:
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