The Centre for Homelessness Impact has today released its first publication which advocates for a new movement that embraces data and evidence to end homelessness effectively, providing crucial methods to underpin future policy, practice and funding decisions. Using Evidence to End Homelessness
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A new reporting platform which aims to give insight into the conditions required to prevent homelessness has been launched by the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) and the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
James Cartwright explores what the What Works Community pilot teams at East Ayrshire Council, Southend Borough Council and Pembrokeshire County Council learned about the value of data practices at the project's first residential.
East Ayrshire Council is to participate in a pilot initiative by the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) to address the urgent need for lasting reductions in homelessness at a local level.
National What Works advisor Dr David Halpern has today welcomed the Centre for Homelessness Impact as a new member of the What Works Network.
A report has been launched which outlines the options available for a new system which aims to track every person who is street homeless in Scotland.
Ligia Teixeira Clore Social Leadership and the Centre for Homelessness Impact have announced details of a new partnership in response to the increasing crisis in housing and homelessness and the need for stronger, evidence based approach to leadership within the sector.