Ending rough sleeping: what works?
This study demonstrates what works to end homelessness for rough sleepers through an international evidence review. The ongoing need for people to sleep rough on the streets of the UK is indicative of an unacceptable societal failure and recent homelessness projections suggest that the scale of the issue is worsening. Ending rough sleeping is an increasing policy priority across the UK.
Crisis commissioned the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, Cardiff University and Heriot-Watt University to undertake an international evidence review of what works to end rough sleeping.
Visit the Crisis website to view the full report.
- Dr Peter Mackie, Co-Investigator, UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (Cardiff University)
- Professor Sarah Johnsen, Heriot-Watt University
- Dr Jenny Wood, Heriot-Watt University
Date: December 22, 2017 9:00 am
Author(s): Pete Mackie
Tags: Evidence Review, Report
Categorised in: Homelessness« Back to publications