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Connie Muttock: How I’ve been inspired by Commonweal’s work to champion the housing needs of women | IWD 2021

By Connie Muttock / March 8, 2021

On her last day at Commonweal, Connie reflects on our housing projects for marginalised women which have made her proudest.

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Tonic’s new LGBT+ retirement community is cause for celebration

By Megan Fereday / March 5, 2021

Megan Fereday reflects on the UK’s first ever LGBT+ retirement community, and why older LGBT+ people need access to safe and affirming housing.

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Local Authorities must ensure survivors’ safety through innovative partnership working

By Megan Fereday / February 10, 2021

Leading domestic abuse charity, Solace, Commonweal Housing and Southwark Council, are today advocating for strong and effective partnerships that deliver a life-changing combination of safe, suitable housing, and holistic emotional and practical support to ensure those experiencing abuse can flee safely and recover.

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Two new trustees appointed to Commonweal Housing

By Megan Fereday / February 8, 2021

Amarjit Bains and Sheldon Shillingford have been appointed to the Board of Trustees of housing and social justice charity Commonweal Housing.

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How can the Living Rent model enable young people to Live, Work, Earn and Learn?

By Jean Templeton / January 20, 2021

With youth unemployment at record levels, never has it been more important to provide a housing offer which enables young people to live, work, earn and learn.

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2020: a year to celebrate

By Amy Doyle / December 18, 2020

Deputy CEO Amy Doyle looks back on the achievements of Commonweal and our project partners, despite the challenges and hardships of the year.

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