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Jim Hayton As CIH Scotland prepares to complete the second phase of its housing and dementia programme at the end of this year, housing consultant Jim Hayton reflects on the recent series of workshops looking at the role of housing professionals in supporting people with dementia.

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Adam Lang Adam Lang at Shelter Scotland outlines the importance of new research which reveals what people in Britain regard as essential attributes for their homes.

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ARK Housing Association chief executive, Jane Gray, writes about how its Citizenship Policy came about. Last month we launched the ARK Citizenship Policy. The policy provides an overarching framework for all person centred and outcomes focussed practice that ARK employs. It sets what we do in the co

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By Nora Uhrig, policy officer at Shelter Scotland How do you break free from a cycle of poverty when you grow up in a home that makes you ill and reduces your chance of going to and finishing school?

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John Perry There is no doubt that the introduction of document checks has increased the incentive for landlords to discriminate. So what can be done? CIH policy adviser John Perry explains.

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