Impact assessment

Hardship Fund: policy and impact assessment

Impact assessment and background policy information about the Hardship Fund. The fund helps low paid workers who are victims of crime.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Documents

Review of the Hardship Fund

Review of the Hardship Fund: Welsh version

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Hardship Fund policy

Impact assessment

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Equality impact assessment

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Details

Find out about applying for the Hardship Fund.

The Hardship Fund gives temporary financial help to very low paid workers who are temporarily unable to work because they’ve been a victim of violent crime.

Published 28 November 2012
Last updated 27 June 2014 + show all updates
  1. Welsh version of the review of Hardship Fund published.
  2. Hardship Funy policy has been updated.
  3. Review of the Hardship Fund published
  4. First published.