The report shows the influence of Manchester’s ‘A Bed Every Night’ scheme on homelessness
As a commentary on how to be a conscious and sustainable restaurant in 2019/20, Franco Manca are leading the pack. In using their surplus dough to feed the homeless (with pizzas in December and sourdough bread for the year), It’s a company that is setting goals for others to follow.
This building growth also promises increased attention towards homelessness in the city
University of Manchester students run for 24 hours to raise money for ‘A Bed Every Night’
Last week, two stabbings occurred near Piccadilly Gardens in one night
Burnham’s campaign to end rough sleeping by 2020 takes yet another hit, following the recent proposal of a £100 fine for rough sleeping
The ‘Housing First’ model seeks to eliminate causes of homelessness while the council ponders plans to introduce a £100 fine for rough sleeping
A rise in the number of children going into care and the number of adults without housing has added pressure to the Manchester Town Hall budgeting crisis
New government statistics show a decrease for the first time since 2010, although the closure of a flagship shelter looms large
Number of rough sleepers in Manchester continues to rise
The Greater Manchester mayor has also urged political leaders to prioritise homelessness during the election
Following major consultations, Manchester City Council has laid out new plans to alter current social housing policy
Bella Jewell meets with Joshua Coombes to discuss the first stop of the Light & Noise exhibition, an event which pairs with TOMS and Centrepoint Manchester to shine a light and make some noise about homelessness
The Manchester Charity Fashion Show are looking to raise money for Lifeshare whilst showcasing the best of Britain’s young design talent.
Fuse FM hosts Matt and Brandon attended TEDx Manchester to interview speakers, including Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams
Sophie Marriott argues that the legislation to fine homeless people in Manchester for ‘Anti-Social Behaviour’ is archaic and misguided.
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