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News and Views

News and Views

Here’s the latest news about homelessness and for frontline workers.

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News and Views

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Frontline Network’s “2018 Frontline Worker Survey” full report and executive summary.
Caz Hattam, coordinator at The Unity Project, explains how successful the Frontline Network funded workshops have been in helping individuals obtain ‘Recourse to Public Funds’.
As part of the Frontline Network Shadowing Fund, InterAction visited Bristol Refugee Rights, to see what lessons could be learned from another organisation supporting asylum seekers and refugees.
Crisis recently spoke with the Frontline Network to advise of the research they have undertaken, which shows that investment in housing benefit could prevent thousands from becoming homeless.
Lindsay Birrell of CAHA Women’s Aid discusses the positive impact of the ‘From Start to Finish’ project, which helps those fleeing domestic violence purchase flooring and carpeting.
This month the Frontline Network are submitting written evidence to the Government's consultation proposing to repeal Section 21 of the Housing Act 1988 – the no-fault eviction notice.
Leigh Andrews of Change Communication is offering specialist advice on brain injuries and homelessness through a new digital forum on the Frontline Network website.
End Furniture Poverty have recently spoken with the Frontline Network to discuss their important ongoing survey, seeking to understand the true ‘Social Value’ of furniture.
Dr Brett Grellier discusses the launch of an innovative new project offering mental health support and hot food to individuals experiencing homelessness and mental health difficulties in London.