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Commonweal and Solace Womens Aid launch new project

By Rebecca Dillon / October 6, 2016

Women exiting prostitution and trafficking offered vital support in new partnership with leading London domestic and sexual abuse charity.

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New report launched on exiting prostitution

By Rebecca Dillon / March 23, 2016

Danger that specialist support for women to leave prostitution behind being “undermined” Commonweal Housing releases a new report today investigating developments in policy and practice affecting services that support women to leave prostitution behind them. The report was carried out by academics and commissioned by Commonweal, who provide third stage accommodation to St Mungo’s staged model…

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Chrysalis featured in Inside Housing

By Rebecca Dillon / December 19, 2013

The first of two articles is from Ashley Horsley of Commonweal Housing who is concerned about the don’t ask don’t tell approach when it comes to women’s support services and prostitution.and the other from Ashleigh Haywood of St Mungo’s about Christmas if you’re homeless and separated from your children.

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Transforming Lives and celebrating National Women's Day

By Rebecca Dillon / March 5, 2013

Transforming lives is at the heart of International Women’s Day [on Friday] and one initiative doing so, that we are proudly involved in, is the Chrysalis Project in South London.

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Chrysalis project: moving from exploitation to independence

By Rebecca Dillon / March 4, 2013

Commonweal and St Mungo’s have jointly delivered the Chrysalis project since 2009. Here we present the findings of our evaluation of the project that helps women exit street prostitution.

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Chrysalis report launched

By Rebecca Dillon / January 3, 2013

The evaluation report on Commonweal’s Chrysalis project has been published. The report produced by Prof. Roger Matthews and Helen Easton for the University of Kent confirms the positive impact the Chrysalis model and especially the Commonweal transitional flats has made to those women on the programme seeking to escape from a life of street based prostitution.

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