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Tackling injustice for mothers

By Rebecca Dillon / March 29, 2019

Last year, one in every 55 female single parent families became homeless.

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Opening a private door to wheelchair accessible housing

By Rebecca Dillon / March 15, 2019

To mark Disabled Access Day, Liberty Bollen from Abode Impact, discusses recognising the needs of people with disabilities in housing.

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International Women’s Day – No Recourse to Public Funds

By Rebecca Dillon / March 7, 2019

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we hear from Maria, who was housed by Praxis, on the impact the project has had on her life.

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Campaign raises awareness of homeless women attempting to stay safe on Valentine’s Day

By Rebecca Dillon / February 14, 2019

A social media campaign is raising awareness of the safety of homeless women and rough sleeping couples this Valentine’s Day, by highlighting how people are #CouplingUp on the streets.

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Andrew’s Story – Freedom2Work

By Rebecca Dillon / February 7, 2019

Read about Andrew, a client from Elmbridge Rentstart, on how the Freedom2Work project changed his life.

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Lewisham Mayor launches innovative homeless sleeping pods

By Rebecca Dillon / January 25, 2019

London’s first temporary indoor sleeping pods for people who are homeless were officially opened today (Friday 25 January) by Damien Egan, Mayor of Lewisham. The interlinking structures provide privacy and added security to those using them as temporary bedrooms in the 999 Club’s emergency night shelter. The pods were designed by architects Reed Watts in…

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