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A study into Scots’ attitudes to homelessness has revealed that two-thirds of the country, equivalent to around 3 million adults, never stop to speak to homeless people. According to Street Soccer Scotland, who commissioned the research, 41% of people report being “fearful” of stopping to spea

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News that a project supporting prisoners before they’re released, including offering housing advice, has cut re-offending emphasises the difference a home can make to us all. The report from Throughcare shows that of the prisoners who got advice, 78% didn’t go back to prison within two years of

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News that from next week (24 Oct), an emergency out-of-hours service for homeless people in Glasgow won’t open through the night on Tuesdays and Wednesdays should worry us all. The Hamish Allan Centre, where people go at the lowest point of their lives to look for a warm and safe bed for the night

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The Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group A panel of homelessness experts from across Scotland met for the first time on Thursday as work to address the challenges of rough sleeping, and how temporary accommodation can best be utilised, officially got underway.

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Scotland's Homeless World Cup players Steven Kelly and Colleen McCudden from Glasgow with Sir Alex Ferguson Scotland’s men’s and women’s squads have received words of encouragement from the most successful Scottish football manager in history ahead of the Homeless World Cup in Oslo.

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Scottish Housing News has been named as joint industry partner for the Housing & Property heat of Scotland’s national business five-a-side tournament Business Fives. After the success of the summer edition, Business Fives moves indoor for the winter ahead of Business Fours, the golf edition in

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The 2016 Homeless World Cup is to be held in Glasgow, it was announced yesterday. The Homeless World Cup Foundation said the seven day tournament, which will take place on George Square, will be “the most inspiring place on the planet”.

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Today the Homeless Spotlight reveals how a trip to the Homeless World Cup turned Street Soccer Scotland founder David Duke from being homeless to inspiring others into positive social change using football as a catalyst.  

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