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GHN’s David and Jim reflect on #AyeWeCan so Far… Aye We Can is a 6 month collaboration to make sure the wit and wisdom of people with experience of homelessness shapes the recommendations to Scottish Ministers from the Homelessness & Rough Sleeping Action Group. Today we visited the Housing Minister Kevin Stewart MSP to deliver … Continued

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David Ramsay, Development Worker, Glasgow Homelessness Network: How to get communities in Glasgow ready for this new piece of work I am involved in? At the start of the year I was involved in delivering 3 Participatory Budgeting events across the city. The areas involved were Priesthill/Househillwood, Parkhead and Govan. Money from the Scottish Government … 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

To date, over 1800 organisations and individuals have become part of the network, both as Networkers and Subscribers. As the network continues to grow, we invite you to get involved in any or all of the following ways. Come along to one of our locally facilitated events. We host local shared solutions workshops in areas across … Continued

All In is a Scottish social enterprise focused on supporting clients to improve the quality and quantity of participation, coproduction, and engagement in their services and projects. We hear these buzzwords more and more, but what do they mean and how do they work? More importantly, why do they matter to you? At All In … Continued

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Read the March 2016 GHN e-newspage. A bulletin for everyone working, living or using services in Glasgow who want to end homelessness. e-newspage will brief you on what’s relevant – practice, training, events, research and monitoring information. While this will always have a Glasgow focus, comparisons may be made with housing and homelessness issues across Scotland, … Continued