Homelessness

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Ensuring everyone in Scotland has access to adequate housing should be put at the centre of policy-making at every level of government, according to a new call from more than a dozen organisations working across housing, homelessness, local government and the legal sector.

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To mark ten years of practice, the founders of Glasgow-based architecture studio HAUS Collective aims to raise £10,000 for homelessness charity, The Marie Trust, by taking on a sponsored 532-mile bike ride from Glasgow to Berlin. The route will take HAUS directors Jim Webster and Murray Hender

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Strategic communication consultancy Aspect has selected Aberdeen Cyrenians as its first Charity of the Year in what is the charity’s 55th year supporting vulnerable people in north east Scotland. The innovative partnership will see Aberdeen Cyrenians benefit from Aspect’s expertise, crea

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Homelessness charity Cyrenians has appointed John Lawrie OBE as the new chair of its board. John was an investment manager for Scottish Provident and an Edinburgh City Councillor. He was awarded the OBE in 1990 and appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for the City of Edinburgh in 2012.

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Rhona McMillan, communications manager, at the Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness, discusses the importance of language in talking about homelessness. The other week, I was delighted to be part of a panel hosted by the University of Glasgow’s Road to Home initiative on the role of language a

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Fresh from the Scottish Government's anti-poverty summit, Shelter Scotland director Alison Watson joins Kieran Findlay and Jimmy Black to share to what extent housing was mentioned during the event. The discussion also touches on Alison’s early career, Housing First, the Temporary Accommodatio

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