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Features

 
 
September/October 2017
Raynor Winn met ex-offenders who went walking and found it saved their lives
 
 
September/October 2017
Surviving and thriving inside, by someone who's done just that
 
 
September/October 2017
Cheryl has spent the last 10 years in and out of Scotland’s main women’s prison
 
 
September/October 2017
The prison population of England and Wales rose by about 90 per cent between 1990 and 2016
 
 
July/August 2017
Photography and theatre can change homeless people's lives
 
 
July/August 2017
Homeless people will continue to be hospitalised from taking legal highs unless the government deals with the chronic shortage of housing
 

News

 
 
September/October 2017
Why do so many people end up homeless after leaving prison?
 
 
September/October 2017
The British sculptor who created the iconic Angel of the North has curated a major exhibition of the work of prison artists
 
 
September/October 2017
We round up some of the information that's come our way over the last few weeks
 
 
September/October 2017
Murder and suicide in prisons are at a 25-year high, and assaults 27 per cent up
 
 
July/August 2017
Oxford City Council has agreed to consider opening public buildings to homeless people
 
 
July/August 2017
There are fears that fentanyl is endangering lives in the UK
 

Opinion

 
 
July/August 2017
When Raynor Winn and her husband found themselves homeless, they set off to live in the wild. They were far from alone.
 
 
October/November 2016
Getting creative is essential for the soul and helps us move on with life, says Mat Amp.
 
 
Jan/Feb 2016
How do you nourish your soul when you’re homeless, asks Mat Amp, who’s been there and done that
 

Information

 
 
September/October 2017
Lung health can be a big issue for homeless people...
 
 
July/August 2017
Groundswell spoke to over 260 people experiencing homelessness about their dental health. There are problems...
 
 
December 2016/January 2017
Doctors must stop turning away homeless people who need healthcare.
 

Letters

 
 
July/August 2015
A reader calls us out on an article.
 
 
March 2015
Being treated with love and respect is important
 
 
December 2014
A reader responds to last month's article about the new antisocial behaviour act
 

 

Contents

New arrivals hit the streets

Soup Run Forum

Web only: Emergency Islington shelter remains open during sub-zero temperatures

Chairman of the board

Rest in peace - in memory of lost friends

Prince poses

Starter pack boost

Wearing a jacket to beg?

Teens found guilty of killing Ralph Millward

The Passage withdraws service "as a last resort"

New learning centre for Glasgow

iHobo game causes controversy

Auckland extends ban on rough sleepers

Homeless interrogation

Affordable housing development opens in Edinburgh

Who decides?

Credit unions

New counts are optional

Nobby on stage

I will never forget you, my people

London homeless services in limbo over ?Ǭ£3.28m cuts

Disused night shelter re-opened for winter months

Coventry Cyrenians forced to cut services

London hub success for new rough sleepers

Crisis Skylight in Birmingham - a year on

Residents look ahead to staff upheaval

Midland Heart report

Labour call for hefty council tax levy on empty homes

Stik pic for the American Church

Lottery grant means new opportunities

Mungo?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s launches women?¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s campaign

Homeless people forced into slavery

Homeless couple marry in Australia

Number of homeless in Southend underestimated

Basic banking for all

NSNO expands into west London

Scottish homeless applications drop by 19 per cent

Miami cannibal

Invisible People film UK homeless

The demilitarised zone in North America’s drug war

2012 - the year of the right to permanent accommodation in Scotland?

Crisis at Christmas

The Pavement is recruiting

Rough sleeper donates $250 to charity

Food voucher scheme scrapped

Commemorating friends and companions

Human rights for all

First person: Gemskii on regaining control of her life

The shades come off

Upfront: spikes

Comment: Spikes are the least of your worries

Opinion: All up in smoke?

Heartbreak Hotel, episode 4.

The Pied Piper of Housing

March for the Homeless

Being homeless doesn't mean you can't vote on May 7

The vulnerability ruling

The Queen’s speech

Criminalising homelessness

116-bed hostel for young homeless to close in Southwark

Sponsor a bed and rebuild a life

Hipsters neutralise anti-homeless spikes

What the Brexit will happen now?

Anti-homelessness protesters threatened with eviction, jail by Manchester city council

Showing our impact

Rebirth

The birth of the North Gower Action Group

A pianist, an artist, a dog called George and a new homeless app

Living water

Midwinter blues?

Councils back change in law to tackle rising homelessness

Having problems with your JSA?

Mayoral hustings on homelessness

Skippering

A major step in reducing homelessness?

Liverpool Police homeless curb beggars belief

Charity begins at home?

Legal aid charade

Surviving the streets – by those who've done it

Stop the scandal

Glasgow homeless services at risk

Bill gives councils legal duty to stop homelessness

Homeless Grenfell survivors afraid of deportation

 

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