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Nearly 200 people joined us in the City Chambers last week for Glasgow’s Annual Homelessness Conference. With the theme of Health and Homelessness, the day offered the opportunity to consider new knowledge and responses to help address the impact on your health of being homeless. A conference report is now being prepared which will capture … Continued

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Radisson Blu in Glasgow, Tuesday 8 October 2019 Our popular annual conference will be on Tuesday 8 October 2019, opened by Kevin Stewart, Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning. The of this year’s event is homelessness prevention Homelessness is devastating and has many consequences.  It is also understood that Scotland’s transition to a rapid … Continued

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In 2019 one of the themes for public sector organisations and charities in Scotland will be embedding a ‘No Wrong Door’ approach, which was highlighted at our annual conference in the City Chambers in October attended by more than 200 delegates from government, councils and third sector organisations across Scotland. Catriona McKean, Unit Head (Homelessness), … Continued

Homeless Network Scotland Conference 2019 Radisson Blu Glasgow | 8 October 2019 The number of people making homelessness applications in Scotland went down for 8 straight years, so it has been frustrating and concerning to see this creep back up over the last 2 years. It’s not inevitable that we return to the highs (or rather, … Continued

It is well known that homelessness is bad for your health. It often follows other problems or trauma in people’s lives and is especially linked to existing poverty and health inequality. In Glasgow, people who’ve experienced homelessness are also more likely to experience early mortality from specific causes. Life expectancy is significantly lower than even … Continued

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Claire Frew, Policy & Impact Manager at the Homeless Network blogs ahead of the Annual Homelessness Conference 2018 During the winter of 2017-18 more than 400 people affected by homelessness took the time to share their priorities for ending homelessness in Scotland. These were people willing to share their stories and experiences to help us … Continued