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Innovative domestic abuse partnership gives women chance to stabilise, recover and ‘hope and dream’ for the future

By Megan Fereday / March 4, 2020

A new pilot partnership between Solace Women’s Aid, Commonweal Housing and Southwark Council reports major benefits for vulnerable women fleeing domestic abuse.

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Commonweal Housing appoints two new trustees

By Connie Muttock / March 2, 2020

MHCLG Advisor Jeremy Swain and Senior Advisor in Mayor of London’s office Sneha Patel have been appointed as trustees of the charity Commonweal Housing.

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Housing project for young adult carers is addressing a gap in provision

By Connie Muttock / February 27, 2020

27/02/20 – Commonweal Housing, Learning and Work Institute and Quaker Social Action have today published interim findings of an evaluation of the Move On Up project.

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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.

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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.

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Greater collaboration and creativity needed to release the potential of modular housing

By Megan Fereday / February 13, 2020

13/02/2020 – A new report published today by Commonweal Housing calls for collaboration and creativity to overcome some of the barriers facing modular construction.

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