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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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“The catalyst for everything positive in my life”

By Megan Fereday / September 5, 2019

05/09/2019 – Sam Pannell, Support Worker at Elmbridge Rentstart, tells us what his clients have to say about the wrap-around support provided in Freedom2Work.

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The Amari project is a lifeline for survivors of human trafficking

By Zoe Dexter / July 5, 2019

A blog by Zoe Dexter, Welfare and Housing Manager at the Helen Bamber Foundation which refers women to the Amari project.

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Looking to Re-unite; Lord Farmer’s Review places renewed faith in the importance of family

By Ashley Horsey / June 19, 2019

Our Chief Executive reflects on Lord Farmer’s Review and how it echoes recommendations from our Re-Unite pilot project.

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Overlooked and marginalised? The experience of separated parents in shared accommodation

By Megan Fereday / June 12, 2019

On Fathers’ Day, Kathryn Muir explores CCHPR’s research into the experiences of non-resident parents who are forced to live in shared rented accommodation.

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We welcome funding for accommodation-based support for survivors, but there is more to be done

By Jessie Powell / May 13, 2019

Our response to the government’s announcement of funding for local councils to provide accommodation-based support for survivors of domestic abuse.

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