Homelessness

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Scotland’s Housing First Conference on 31 March, taking place in person once again after two years online, will consider how a ‘no evictions into homelessness’ approach could work for tenants and landlords – and if it could be woven through the future Scottish rental strategy

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Scottish charity Social Bite has launched its very first coffee shop in London. It will operate a rewarding ‘Pay-It-Forward’ system whereby customers who come in to buy a coffee or a sandwich can buy an additional meal or hot drink in advance for someone who is homeless to redeem later.

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Council leaders are being urged to commit to building safe and permanent social homes after a new report found there are 7,510 children currently living in temporary accommodation across Scotland. Shelter Scotland has accused councils of failing to provide enough affordable homes for long-term

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Scottish writers and youth homelessness charity Rock Trust have joined forces with a new anthology of poetry and prose. All the Way Home features new pieces by iconic Scottish writers including Val McDermid, Scabby Queen author Kirstin Innes, and Luckenbooth author Jenni Fagan, alongside personal es

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Taking place in person once again after two years online, the annual Housing First Conference on March 31 will hear that Housing First is ‘Here to Stay’ in Scotland, which is also the title of the one-day event at Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) – now open for book

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SafeDeposits Scotland has presented funds of £1,180, raised at a quiz night organised by the tenancy deposit scheme, to Scottish youth-specific homeless charity the Rock Trust. The 'Not Quite Burns Night Pub Quiz' was held in Glasgow on 22nd January, a few days before the birthday of Scotland&

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