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Locked Out: a new podcast from Commonweal Housing

By Connie Muttock / October 7, 2020

In the midst of a national housing crisis, it is obvious to most of us that too many people are locked out of safe, secure housing in the UK. But which groups are particularly at risk and why? That’s what we sought to uncover in Locked Out, a new anthology of essays highlighting the links…

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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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Landlords could be forced to sell their homes to tenants under if Labour come to power ( PA )

Human beings who need homes are complex. Our solutions to the housing crisis must be similarly intricate

By Ashley Horsey / October 1, 2019

01/10/2019 – A “one size fits all” solution to the housing crisis will inevitably leave those with more complex needs behind, says Ashley Horsey (CEO).

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Wheelchair users should be able to rent wheelchair accessible homes

By Rebecca Dillon / March 21, 2018

Eleanor Bowden, CEO of Community Sponsors Homes (CSH) discusses the need to increase the availability of wheelchair accessible homes for rent and how Commonweal are supporting CSH to achieve this aim.

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Commonweal funded research into non-resident parents and shared housing publishes findings

By Rebecca Dillon / December 7, 2017

The research explored how existing shared housing solutions meet the requirements of non-resident parents whose children have overnight contact

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I, Ashley Horsey…

By Ashley Horsey / March 8, 2017

Ken Loach’s latest film is a powerful indictment of the system that crushes both the people it’s supposed to be helping, and those who work within it

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