#Homeless

  • Article: These Amazing Double Decker Buses Are Helping House London's Homeless Population
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    These Amazing Double Decker Buses Are Helping House London's Homeless Population

    July 2, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    A fleet of four decommissioned buses has been transformed into shelter. Read more

  • Article: 'Groundbreaking' Homelessness Center Offers Gym, Free Wi-Fi, and In-House Doctors for Real Solutions
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    'Groundbreaking' Homelessness Center Offers Gym, Free Wi-Fi, and In-House Doctors for Real Solutions

    By Madeleine Keck|July 2, 2019

    The center is the largest in Australia and is expected to help people back into permanent housing. Read more

  • Article: Homeless Deaths Are Highest in UK Councils Hit Hardest by Budget Cuts: Report
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    Homeless Deaths Are Highest in UK Councils Hit Hardest by Budget Cuts: Report

    By Helen Lock|June 24, 2019

    Some of the areas reportedly saw cuts of more than three times the national average. Read more

  • Article: There's a 195-Year-Old Law That Makes Rough Sleeping Illegal, But This Group Wants to Scrap It
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    There's a 195-Year-Old Law That Makes Rough Sleeping Illegal, But This Group Wants to Scrap It

    By Helen Lock|June 19, 2019

    Homelessness charity Crisis says the Vagrancy Act deters people who are homeless seeking help. Read more

  • Article: Why Cardboard Gravestones Are Appearing in Bristol
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    Why Cardboard Gravestones Are Appearing in Bristol

    By Helen Lock|May 29, 2019

    “He died in this doorway as shoppers walked by.” Read more

  • Article: This New Bakery and Kitchen in Manchester Will Give Jobs to Homeless People
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    This New Bakery and Kitchen in Manchester Will Give Jobs to Homeless People

    By Helen Lock|May 24, 2019

    "No matter who you are or what you've got in your back pocket, everyone is welcome." Read more

  • Article: London Just Hosted a Cricket World Cup to Support Children Living on the Streets
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    London Just Hosted a Cricket World Cup to Support Children Living on the Streets

    May 15, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    England's team was captained by former Rohingya child refugee, Jasmin Akter. Read more

  • Article: Over 55,000 At-Risk Australians Had Their Welfare Payments Suspended Last Year
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    Over 55,000 At-Risk Australians Had Their Welfare Payments Suspended Last Year

    By Madeleine Keck|April 16, 2019

    The suspensions came after the government introduced a new job-seeking compliance system. Read more