Homelessness

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Legal interventions by Govan Law Centre (GLC) have secured homes for 198 rough sleepers at the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter. A detailed report on GLC’s partnership work with the Glasgow City Mission’s Winter Night Shelter is currently being prepared but the organisation has released some of the

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Students from Robert Gordon University aim for top marks in charity fashion challenge A group of first year students from Robert Gordon University are hoping to score top marks by raising money and awareness for housing and homelessness charity Shelter Scotland.

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New Scottish Government figures show local authorities received 7,600 applications for homelessness assistance during October-December 2015, around 5 per cent lower than in the same period in 2014. However, the number of children living in temporary accommodation rose by 13 per cent to 4,876 as of 3

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The Marie Trust, the charity that provides crisis intervention for people sleeping rough in Glasgow, has announced it will hold its first ‘sleep rough for one night so other people don’t have to’. The ‘sleep rough night’ will be held in Skypark’s car park on Friday 20th May 2016 and the

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National homelessness charity Crisis is today launching a series of recommendations for the next Scottish Government to follow in its continued fight against homelessness. The Manifesto to End Homelessness calls on all political parties to adopt a new cross-departmental strategy for tackling homeles

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A national Health and Homelessness event is being held in Edinburgh today and tomorrow hosted by NHS Health Scotland at the Grassmarket Community Project. Attended by over 100 delegates, the event aims to bring people together from different sectors to hear from key speakers about recent research an

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A perfect storm of cuts to local authority budgets and changes to the way temporary accommodation is funded threatens to undermine much of the progress Scotland has made on homelessness over the past decade, Shelter Scotland has warned. The charity’s warning comes ahead of its 2016 annual homeless

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Homeless people in their fifties have more geriatric conditions than those living in homes who are decades older, according to a new study. Researchers at University of California San Francisco followed 350 people who are homeless and aged 50 and over, in Oakland.

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