sleeping rough

The charity Railway Children, which works with children who run away and end up on the streets, this week launches the report Reaching Safe Places. Funded by the charity's corporate partner Aviva, the report also involved a group of young researchers with personal experience of running away and homelessness.
It is dangerously easy to get overwhelmed by how tough life is. For this reason, I just love it when I discover something very simple that enables me and others to make a real difference to the lives of people in our communities.
The most recent data published by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) reveal a very ominous rise in
Homelessness could be turned into a crime under proposed anti-social behaviour laws a think-tank has warned. The Anti-Social
With 25 million spare rooms in England and an estimated 80,000 young people who are homeless, with Nightstop we have at least one solution to keep young people safe.
There is no more visible and tragic sign of the failure of housing policy than people sleeping rough on our streets. It is a scandal that in the twenty-first century, in one of the richest cities in the world, there are people still forced to sleep rough on London's streets.
Police investigating the death of a homeless man have charged a man with murder. Ghodratollah Barani, 26, of no fixed abode
When you think of a 'homeless person' what do you think of? A set of photographs by Claire Wood seeks to reclaim the experience