Watch on demand: Climate & Environment Emergency – RAPID RESPONSE

Join SERA online for one of their largest programmes at Labour Party Conference ever. 'Climate & Environment Emergency: RAPID RESPONSE' is a programme of...

Watch Live: Climate & Environment Emergency: RAPID RESPONSE

Join SERA online for one of their largest programmes at Labour Party Conference ever. 'Climate & Environment Emergency: RAPID RESPONSE' is a programme of...

“Facts and figures don’t change views unless they actually concur with people’s internal narratives...

The referendum on whether the UK should leave the EU was fought on two main intertwining issues – sovereignty and immigration. Although the number...

The Future of Work- In discussion

“This isn’t just 175 years of steel-making, this isn’t just ‘an industry’, this is 3,000 jobs. And it’s not just 3,000 jobs that you...

Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are never far from the headlines, particularly...

The Republic of Ireland is and will remain a part of the European Union; therefore some UK businesses are upping sticks and moving across...

Conversations at Bed Time Managing Bed Pressures

The NHS is in the news again as Boris Johnson pledges a £1.8bn cash boost on top of Theresa May’s promised £33.9bn.  Whether or...

Compassion in healthcare: making the hidden visible and rejecting the inverse care law

“If you live in an area of deprivation and the social gradient is against you, you can work as hard as you damn well...

“No funding means no work.”

In a year where the UK government has cut its rough sleeping fund by some £80 million finding the money for projects and services...

New hospital homeless support team saves NHS £766,000

In 2012 the cost of homelessness in England was estimated at almost £1 billion.  Homeless people are 6 times more likely to present at...

Overcoming the challenges to becoming PIE

For a long time we’ve known about the link between domestic abuse and homelessness  but childhood trauma and abuse can also leave a legacy...
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The importance of pragmatics when conducting homelessness field research

About 50% of homeless people have had a traumatic brain injury at some point in their lives. That’s according to Cormac Duffy, NHS Psychologist...

We need to stop thinking that we can put a sticking plaster on rough...

Since 2010 there has been an increase of 165% in the number of rough sleepers on the streets of England – and charities warn...
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