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The social harm of student fuel poverty

By Alex Cirant-Taljaard / October 30, 2019

30/10/2019 – Alex Cirant-Taljaard takes us through his undergraduate research into student fuel poverty, and the impact of receiving the Jane Slowey Memorial Bursary 2018

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In the current policital climate we need commonweal housing more than ever

In the current political climate, we need Commonweal Housing more than ever

By Connie Muttock / October 21, 2019

21/10/2019 – Our new Policy and Communications Manager Connie reflects on why Commonweal’s approach is so important today

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World Homeless Day 2019

Diverse solutions to housing injustice | World Homeless Day 2019

By Megan Fereday / October 9, 2019

09/10/2019 – Megan reflects on the importance of diverse solutions to housing injustice with Commonweal’s partners, for World Homeless Day 2019.

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Landlords could be forced to sell their homes to tenants under if Labour come to power ( PA )

Human beings who need homes are complex. Our solutions to the housing crisis must be similarly intricate

By Ashley Horsey / October 1, 2019

01/10/2019 – A “one size fits all” solution to the housing crisis will inevitably leave those with more complex needs behind, says Ashley Horsey (CEO).

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A young adult carer in our Move On Up project

Helping young adult carers to make effective transitions on their pathway to independence

By Megan Fereday / September 16, 2019

16/09/2019 – Nicola Aylward (Learning and Work Institute) reflects on how Move On Up is helping young adult carers on their paths to independence

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New recommendations for mothers in prison welcomed by Commonweal

By Megan Fereday / September 10, 2019

10/09/2019 – The Joint Select Committee on Human Rights has published a new report, recommending urgent reforms to support for imprisoned mothers and their children.

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