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Housing should be the least of a survivor’s worries. For too many it is the biggest.

By Connie Muttock | March 9, 2020

For International Women’s Day, Connie reflects on how a lack of housing is impacting the fight against gender-based violence

Closing the inequalities gap: World Day of Social Justice 2020

By Megan Fereday | February 20, 2020

Megan reflects on the theme of World Social Justice Day 2020, and talks to our partners about how our work helps combat social injustice.

We must collaborate to promote innovative modular housing for vulnerable people

By Megan Fereday | February 13, 2020

George Fisher shares the findings of his report for Commonweal into modular design, and its role in the future of housing for vulnerable groups.

How housing policy is making our job harder

By Ashley Horsey | February 7, 2020

‘Doing the right thing’ has been a constant aim throughout our 14 years of work to combat social injustices through housing. The landscape of housing policy, however, hasn’t been quite as constant.

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Host housing is the only option for many – and councils can help ensure it works well

By Amy Doyle | February 5, 2020

More and more groups of vulnerable people are relying on schemes that allow them to stay in a spare room of a member of the public. Amy Doyle explains the role local authorities should – and shouldn’t – play

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“I gave my spare room to an 18-year-old I didn’t know”

By Megan Fereday | January 31, 2020

Kirsty Lowe (women’s advocate and host, and co-founder of MammaKind) shares her experience of the highs and lows of being a host

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