One simple change to reduce poverty and inequality would be to pay a Child Tax Credit to all the nearly 200,000 children living on homes where no-one is in paid work. Watch and share this video where Wellington GP Pauline Horrill talks about what it is like for one of her patients, a teenager growing up in poverty.
Low paid workers are also struggling. Muriel Tunoho reports from her experience as a Living Employer, and calls for local and central government to also pay the Living Wage.
Fund out more about the Equality Network Election Statement on the Equality Network website.