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The People’s Health Trust has just launched the “Active Communities” Fund in Glasgow. Funds are targeted at projects that aim to support people living in the City’s most disadvantaged neighbourhoods. To apply, voluntary sector groups must be properly constituted. Have an income of less than £350,000 a year (or an average of £350,000 over two years). … Continued

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We are delighted to have secured another funding programme from the Big Lottery Fund, with thanks to BLF for understanding and supporting our plans. This package will enable us to grow our partnership approach to tenancy sustainment in Glasgow, and link with new partners across the West of Scotland. Delivered by a partnership of GHN, … Continued

Participatory Budgeting (PB) is about local people making decisions over how local public budgets are spent – with the belief that local people are best placed to take ownership of the decisions and solutions that affect their communities. With PB becoming a local and national priority, this course outlines the key benefits of the approach … Continued

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Minister backs charities’ call to create new impact centre to improve how homelessness is prevented and tackled in Scotland    The Scottish Minister for Local Government and Housing Kevin Stewart  MSP has backed Crisis and Glasgow Homelessness Network’s (GHN) call for a new sector led centre to tackle homelessness through evidence-based solutions. The proposed new centre will build on Scotland’s international reputation for preventing and tackling homelessness, and will ensure ‘greater strides towards a future without … Continued

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The Scottish Homelessness Involvement and Empowerment Network (SHIEN) has been facilitated by Glasgow Homelessness Network (GHN) since 2008 thanks to funding from the Scottish Government. It was established to promote involvement, participation and more recently coproduction, within homelessness services across Scotland; supporting us all to get better at supporting homeless people to become involved in … Continued

The Homeless Information Pages (HIP) project was run by Glasgow Homelessness Network. The HIP Project was set up in 2002 to address the lack of accurate and accessible information for homeless people in Glasgow. The original version of this website was produced to fill that gap. What soon became clear was that the barriers of … Continued