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People facing social injustice are locked out of safe, secure housing, say charity experts in new anthology

By Megan Fereday / October 7, 2020

Nine charity experts have come together to draw attention to the links between housing and social injustice, in a new anthology published today by Commonweal Housing. The anthology, Locked Out, will be launched alongside a podcast of the same name, in which authors and other guests will share their perspective on the housing needs of people facing social injustice.  Read the…

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Millions saved to public purse by project supporting homeless people to work and save

By Megan Fereday / August 4, 2020

A new project is helping people at risk of homelessness into stable housing and employment, saving over £2m in costs to society, a new study has shown.

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Commonweal Housing 2019-20 annual review explores ‘making room’ for building solutions to social injustice

By Megan Fereday / July 6, 2020

Commonweal Housing is today launching its annual impact review for 2019/2020, looking back on its work and achievements from the past year.

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Commonweal Housing unveils new logo

By Megan Fereday / July 3, 2020

Commonweal Housing is pleased to present its brand new logo.

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Steve Douglas CBE: What I’m taking from nine years on the Board of Commonweal to my role as CEO of St Mungo’s

By Megan Fereday / July 1, 2020

Steve Douglas CBE reflects on his time guiding the work of Commonweal Housing as a Trustee and Chair, as he moves on to lead the homelessness charity St Mungos.

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Four University of Birmingham students to benefit from Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary

By Megan Fereday / June 24, 2020

Commonweal Housing and the University of Birmingham are proud to present the newest recipients of the Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary.

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