Policy & Research
With more than 40 years of work, we've built up a huge body of expertise and experience directly influencing policy and practice in a number of areas. We also deliver and commission research to better understand the causes and nature of homelessness.
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The homelessness monitor 2015
Tracking the impacts of policy and economic change on homelessness in the England..
Exploring the experiences of single homeless people across Great Britain.
Exploring the quality of assistance single homeless people receive from councils across England.
Crisis' latest research examines the link between benefit sanctions and homelessness.
Latest Policy & Research
Research report: The reconnection of rough sleepers within the UK: an evaluation
Crisis' new report provides the first ever evaluation of 'reconnections', the process by which rough sleepers, with a connection to another area, are supported to return to there.
Research report: Evaluation of the Sharing Solutions programme
The report evaluates the Sharing Solutions programme funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) and run for 18 months from 2013 until 2015. The programme aimed to increase the amount of shared accommodation for those subject to the Shared Accommodation Rate (SAR) of the Local Housing Allowance (LHA) as well as improve the way in which schemes supported both tenants in shared accommodation and landlords letting their properties out to sharers.
- The reconnection of rough sleepers within the UK: an evaluation (Apr, 2015)
- Evaluation of the Sharing Solutions programme (Mar, 2015)
- Sharing in Scotland: Supporting young people who are homeless on the Shared Accommodation Rate (Mar, 2015)
- Benefit sanctions and homelessness: a scoping report (Mar, 2015)
- Crisis' briefing: Homelessness (Feb, 2015)