A new report by Hibiscus Initiatives, and supported by Commonweal, finds that the majority of potential female victims of trafficking are unable to access safe houses, with some even facing homelessness. Hibiscus urges that foreign national female trafficking survivors can be housed in safe houses. Chief Executive of Hibiscus, Marchu Girma: “Safe house provision is important for…
Innovative domestic abuse partnership gives women chance to stabilise, recover and ‘hope and dream’ for the future
A new pilot partnership between Solace Women’s Aid, Commonweal Housing and Southwark Council reports major benefits for vulnerable women fleeing domestic abuse.
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.
27/01/2020 – Host housing schemes can be a positive option for some women but must be more women-focussed and where appropriate offer women-only hosting, finds a report published today by Commonweal Housing
A London-based housing project is providing crucial support for women who have been victims of sexual exploitation.
After three years in development, our No Recourse to Public Funds project has received its final evaluation, after helping over 100 people.
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