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Other document: The homelessness legislation: An independent review of the legal duties owed to homeless people
During Summer 2015 Crisis established an independent panel of experts from across the housing and homelessness sector, including lawyers, an academic, local authorities and housing association sector representatives, as well as homelessness charities, to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the current homelessness legislation in England.
Response to government: The homelessness monitor: England 2016
The Homelessness Monitor: England 2016 is the fifth annual report of an independent study, funded by Crisis and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, of the homelessness impacts of recent economic and policy developments in England. It considers both the consequences of the post-2007 economic and housing market recession, and the subsequent recovery, and also the impact of policy changes.
Other document: Lead London Home: Manifesto for single homeless people 2016-2020
The homelessness sector has united to call for six steps that together can make London the greatest city in the world at preventing and solving homelessness. We are calling on the mayoral candidates to commit to take action.
Research report: The homelessness monitor: Scotland 2015
The second state-of-the-nation report analysing the impact of recent economic and policy developments on homelessness in Scotland.
Research report: The homelessness monitor: Wales 2015
The second state-of-the-nation report analysing the impact of recent economic and policy developments on homelessness in Wales.
Research report: The homelessness monitor: England 2015
The homelessness monitor is a five year study that provides an independent analysis of the impact on homelessness of recent economic and policy developments in England. This year 4 report analyses key trends from the baseline account of homelessness established in 2011 up until 2015.
This report provides the first ever profile of single homeless people across England, Wales and Scotland. Drawing on interviews with nearly 500 homeless people across 16 local authorities, it shows the reasons people first become homeless and asks what lessons can be learnt from the approaches taken by the different countries.