Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Time running out to win a dream trip to Africa

There’s less than a month to apply for the Inside Housing, in partnership with Homeless International and the London Housing Foundation, Into Africa competition.


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  • Out of Africa


    Our Into Africa competition, sponsored by the London Housing Foundation, gives three lucky readers the chance to visit social housing projects on the continent. Jess McCabe reports on what this year’s winners learned from their prize trips

  • Into Africa competition winners announced

    30 April 2014

    Three housing professionals have won a trip to visit affordable housing projects in Africa.

  • Last day to enter

    7 February 2014

    There is just one day left to enter the Into Africa competition, which gives housing staff the chance to win a week-long trip to the continent.

  • Spotlight on global poverty

    30 January 2014

    This year’s poverty and homelessness action week in the UK is a useful time to reflect on the global dimensions to poverty, writes Adeyemi Oyewumi

  • Bristol mayor shares dreams of homes

    27 March 2014

    George Ferguson wants Bristol to build homes - not houses. Jess McCabe finds out about his ambitious plans to deliver developments with a soul


  • Housing lessons to learn


    With a week left to enter the Into Africa competition, Erick Kabendera reports from Dar es Salaam on the rise of affordable housing

  • A light in the dark


    The Lighthouse Project in Wales provides support to those most in need. Reni Eddo-Lodge finds out more

  • A bright idea


    Why has a Sunderland-based social landlord set up a charity providing solar powered lamps to communities in Africa? Martin Hilditch finds out

  • Changing lives


    The Andy Ludlow Awards celebrate the very best homelessness services in London. Simon Brandon reveals this year’s winners

  • Back on the front line


    WM Housing chief executive Pat Brandum went back to the shop floor to experience first-hand how her organisation helps vulnerable young people. Alex Turner finds out what she learned

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