Monday, 09 December 2013
5 September 2003
| Updated: 10 June 2008 7:27 pm
On this, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls, could your staff spot signs of domestic violence, asks Kelly Henderson.
The Care Quality Commission has taken the unusual step of publishing two damning reports into housing association-run care homes in one month. Heather Spurr investigates why standards are slipping
A victim of rape, assault, harassment and stalking has launched a legal challenge against the bedroom tax on the grounds it is ‘discriminatory’.
Ten disabled and vulnerable children have launched legal proceedings against work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith to fight penalties for the under-occupation of social housing.
The increasing complexity of the homelessness sector means practitioners require a diverse range of skills
The Andy Ludlow Awards celebrate the very best homelessness services in London. Simon Brandon reveals this year’s winners
Landlords should be aware of changes to the definition of domestic violence, says Paul Hayes, head of housing litigation and dispute resolution at Lewis Silkin
A £3.6 million eco-friendly hostel is changing people’s experience of homelessness services in Liverpool. Helen Clifton visits the Belvidere Road Family Centre to find out how
The British Red Cross has given first aid training to 1,600 homeless people across Britain in the past year alone. Here Kate Youde finds out just how valuable the experience has been
More cuts to legal aid will further limit tenants’ ability to bring cases to court, says Ole Hansen, partner at Hansen Palomares Solicitors
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