Is Scotland Fair Enough? (PDF) Our national participation network SHIEN facilitated a survey called “Is Scotland Fair Enough?” to understand the experiences of people facing hardship, exclusion and inequality. We wanted to feed these important views into the Scottish Government’s national discussion on a fairer Scotland which will inform Scotland’s new Social Justice Action Plan. We … Continued

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An influential body representing Scottish Universities has highlighted the vital role of PIE (psychologically informed environments) in bringing about harm reduction, plus the benefits of connecting with lived-experience to better understand and address homelessness, health and harm reduction. In a report that draws together learning from three events, 10 recommendations lay out the most significant … Continued


Do you know someone with lived experience of homelessness who would like to get more involved in influencing policy and services? We are looking for volunteers for the GHIFT; Glasgow Homelessness Involvement & Feedback Team. GHIFT members are directly involved in facilitating events and conferences, feeding into surveys and taking part in the wider debate … Continued


This year Social Bite will again be opening their shops in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen on Christmas Day to provide food, presents and loving company to people who are homeless during the festive season. CHRISTMAS EVE (12pm – 3pm) & CHRISTMAS DAY (12pm – 4pm) in each of the following locations: Aberdeen 516 Union St, … Continued

Calls from the Frontline to End Homelessness in Scotland Frontline workers have a unique insight into what works and what doesn’t to tackle homelessness. So, it is important we hear those voices to share good practice and build positive solutions through their expertise. This report presents the knowledge and ideas gathered from 75 frontline workers from … Continued

Aye We Can is a collaboration with people with lived experience of homelessness. It is facilitated by SHIEN at The Homeless Network on behalf of the Scottish Government’s Homelessness & Rough Sleeping Action Group (HARSAG). Together, we made sure that the unique knowledge and insight of people experiencing homelessness shaped the Action Group’s recommendations to Scottish Ministers. 425 … Continued

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