1. The long game: Commonweal Housing’s approach to learning and evaluation

    In the first of our series of guest blogs, IVAR’s Leila Baker reflects on Re-Unite and IVAR’s work with Commonweal Housing

  2. Re-Unite – A Commonweal Journey

    As Commonweal brings its formal engagement with Re-Unite to a close, our CEO Ashley Horsey reflects on the impact the Re-Unite project has had on Commonweal

  3. Expert Judges Select Winner for Open Design Competition 

    The competition, which seeks to find a viable and deliverable model for demountable, reusable, short term accommodation options that can be deployed within existing buildings, saw over 20 entries from across Europe

  4. Commonweal Housing publish Ten Year Review on flagship Re-Unite Project

    The Ten Year Review collates the key findings and conclusions Commonweal and their partners have learnt over ten year as the project evolved

  5. Shortlisted Entries Announced for Design Competition

    Design Competition

    A shortlist of six entries have been selected from 21 entries to go to the next round and appear in front of an expert judging panel on the 11th July.

  6. Question and Answer Responses Published for Starter for 10 Design Competition

    Design Competition

    In response to your feedback, we’ve put together a short questions and answers sheet to further support those looking to enter the competition

  7. Commonweal launches new design ideas competition

    Leading on from the Thames Reach research sponsored by Commonweal in to the lives of Romanian migrant workers living in tent encampments around London, Commonweal are now picking the brains […]

  8. What will Brexit mean for homeless EU nationals?

    As Theresa May pulls the trigger on Article 50, homeless EU nationals are left more in limbo than ever

  9. Changes to the Commonweal Board of Trustees

    Two trustees are moving on, and two new trustees are joining the board

  10. Our new Finance Coordinator, Yetty Ejere, on social injustice and Angelina Jolie

    Are governments, universities and celebrities waking up to the growing problem of homelessness?

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