Homelessness

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Councils in England have told people to sleep rough in order to access the relevant support, new research from homelessness charity St Mungo’s has revealed. Shedding light on the dangers of sleeping on the streets for those who experience it on a daily basis, the charity’s report, Nowhere safe t

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(from left) Diners George Watson, Stewart Rosie and Gary Baker with Layla Gassabi of Maison Bleue restaurants Homeless people in Edinburgh have been treated to a fine dining meal at a chic new restaurant for the first time.

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Crisis is inviting potential employers, businesses and organisations to an event in Edinburgh today to mark World Homelessness Day. The national charity for homeless people, in association with the International Network of Street Papers, is hosting a range of talks, with a key note speech from found

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Angela Constance The Scottish Government has published a landmark plan of fifty bold and ambitious actions to achieve a fairer Scotland, including key actions on housing access, affordability and homelessness.

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LGBT Youth Scotland’s Youth Commissioners want to hear from LGBT young people who have experience of homelessness. The group are gathering young people’s stories to help evidence the need for a National Strategy that recognises the role discrimination plays in increasing the risk of homelessness

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Homelessness is never a reason to celebrate, but being able to put homelessness behind you most certainly can be. Yesterday the homelessness charity, Simon Community Scotland, marked its 50th anniversary by welcoming both current and former service users to what was described as a 'festival of commu

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Homeless people in Moray spent a total of 51,560 days in temporary accommodation last year – an increase of more than 3000 days on the previous year. Moray Council’s communities committee were told this week that the council and its homelessness partners currently have more than 150 units of tem

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North Lanarkshire charity Home Comforts will welcome representatives of Scottish Churches Housing Action today to see the project’s work with homeless people in the area. Chief executive Alastair Cameron will join board members Carrie Gooch and Liann Weir to meet Home Comforts’ staff and volunte

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