REVEREND PAUL NICOLSON: Any effective social security system must first be guided by moral principles.
SARAH OWEN: Lives are being damaged by the rollout of universal credit and many of those worst hit are struggling in low-paid work.
MARY-ANN STEPHENSON: Women in the UK are more likely to be poorer than men. Our social security system would be different if it were based around the needs of women living in poverty.
JOHN VEIT-WILSON: Abolishing the causes of poverty will not cost the country more money than it has or can afford, but political will is essential.
Andrew Harrop introduces our blog series on what a future government should do to mend social security and poverty in the decade ahead.
ASMITA NAIK: Strong words on tackling sexual exploitation and abuse in the aid sector need to be backed up by effective action.