- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- One Introduction: social activism, belonging and citizenship in a period of crisis
- Two Fulfilling basic human needs: the welfare state after Beveridge
- Three Social division and resentment in the aftermath of the economic slump
- Four Austerity and social welfare in the UK: a perspective from the advice sector
- Five Breaking the hold of debt: Cambridge Money Advice Centre
- Six Community finance: the emergence of credit unions in London
- Seven Finding employment and living a good life in London
- Eight The Tafel and food poverty in Germany
- Nine Addressing food poverty in the UK
- Ten Helping the homeless: a soup kitchen in London
- Eleven Social initiatives and social solidarity under austerity
- Twelve The new economy of poverty
- Thirteen Challenges for the struggle against austerity in Britain and Europe
- Fourteen Individualism and community in historical perspective
- Fifteen Aiming for reconnection: responsible citizenship
- Sixteen Conclusion: citizenship, community and solidarity at the end of the welfare state
- Austerity, Community Action, and the Future of Citizenship
- Shana Cohen, Christina Fuhr, Jan-Jonathan Bock
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