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Evaluating new approaches to Roma rough sleeping in Westminster

by Dominic Williamson

On 15 May 2023, Westminster Homeless Partnership (WHP) hosted an event to launch a new research report on the …

The time is ripe for the launch of the European Community Land Trust Network

by European Community Land Trust Network

The team behind the launch of the European CLT Network, outline how the Community Land Trust model (CLT) can r…

Why Community Land Trust provision must be reinstated in Rio’s Master Plan – Empowering Favelas for a Resilient Future

by Yiorgos Papamanousakis

‘In Defence of Decent Housing’ read one placard as the public reacted to news of the proposed amendments to th…

“I am stronger than before” – Using participation to improve homelessness services for women in the UK and Hungary

by Ella Hancock

As the number of women experiencing street homelessness or living long-term in unsuitable temporary accommodat…

Notes from Dakar

by Adam Challis

In May 2023, World Habitat Trustee, Adam Challis spent some memorable days in Dakar, Senegal with a community …

Helsinki is still leading the way in ending homelessness – but how are they doing it?

by Ella Hancock

In this blog, to mark World Homeless Day on 10 October, we look at how the Finland city’s Housing First approa…

Upstream programme inspires other cities to think about how they prevent homelessness

by Neil Munslow MBE

In 2020 Newcastle City Council were honoured to receive the World Habitat Gold award on behalf of the work of …

Decades of underfunding leads to housing supply crisis and leaves many with no way out of homelessness

by Ella Hancock

Housing provision is a huge challenge in the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region meaning that for most t…

What is the value of global knowledge exchange to local community-led housing initiatives?

by Dr Tom Moore

Dr Tom Moore, is Senior Lecturer in Housing and Planning at the University of Liverpool [email protected]

35 years of World Habitat Awards (3/3): Learnings

by Pierre Arnold

This series of three blogs shows numbers and trends about the awarded projects over the last 35 years. Find th…