Throughout our 50th anniversary year, we have consulted with more than 1,000 people across Britain - a third of whom have lived experience of homelessness - and included wide-ranging representation, input and expertise from the homelessness sector and beyond.
Together, we have produced a long-term plan targeted at the governments in England, Scotland and Wales, which proposes evidence-based solutions and best practice needed to end homelessness for good.
Join us to hear from sector experts and academics on the solutions presented in the plan and how, together, we can make ending homelessness in Britain a reality.
- Dame Louise Casey (Chair)
- David Orr, Chief Executive, National Housing Federation
- James Brokenshire, Secretary of State for Housing (invited)
- Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party
- Ian Brady, Chief Executive, DePaul International
- Terrie Alafat, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Housing
- Juha Kaakinen, CEO, Y-Foundation
- Manuel Hennin, Project Manager, Interministerial Delegation for Accommodation and Access to Housing (DIHAL) / French Ministry of Housing
- Lars Benjaminsen, Senior Researcher, The Danish Center for Social Science Research
- Adam Challis, Head of Residential Research, JLL
- David Montague, Chief Executive, L & Q
- John Gallagher, Principal Solicitor, Shelter
- Liz Davies, Housing Law Legal Aid Barrister, Garden Court Chambers
- Martin Burrows, Director of Research and Campaigns, Groundswell
- Tony Stacey, CEO, South Yorkshire Housing Association
- Tony McKenzie, Member Ambassador, Crisis
- Alex Bax, Chief Executive, Pathways
Watch our video explaining the plan
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