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Only together will we succeed

by Adrienne Van Vyve

Adrienne Van Vyve, from Infirmiers De Rue in Brussels, discusses the results of their latest Connections Week …

People don’t take trips, trips take people*

by Ami Valdemoro

Ami Valdemoro – from World Habitat Award winner 2014 Liter of Light – blogs about the 100-day ‘Voyage of…

Little Ones making huge progress in supporting single mothers in Japan

by Jelly Moring

Jelly Moring, Programme Manager for the World Habitat Awards, talks about the hugely positive impact that Worl…

Rough sleeping: new government figures announced show a fall for the first time in eight years – but is that the full story?

by Patrick Duce

Yesterday, the Ministry for Housing, Communities, and Local Government (MHCLG) published the annual 2018 rough…

A changing housing sector: how CLT projects and collaborations are making their mark across Europe

by Lorena de Ferrá

The European housing crisis has united people to consider alternatives to the traditional system. The Communit…

Putting Housing First at the heart – not the edge – of our system

by Claire Frew

“Many people who become homeless or end up sleeping rough have complex needs that require specialist sup…

We cannot go on like this!

by Patrick Duce

Patrick Duce, Campaign Impact Manager at World Habitat, takes a look at the new report from the Shelter-led Co…

Rising homelessness is always the result of failed policies

by Juha Kaakinen

Juha Kaakinen is the CEO of Finland’s Y Foundation – who won a World Habitat Award in 2014. The Y Foundation h…

How ethnic minorities and migrant communities help secure housing rights

by Lorena de Ferrá

Despite being a multicultural nation, the UK is one of the many countries where there are significant disparit…

Intersections: from North American CLT experiences to global connections

by Mariangela Veronesi

“Act locally, but think globally!’ Across different continents, finding (and keeping) affordable, satisfying h…