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An exhibition featuring the work of award-winning Indian documentary photographer Bharat Choudhary is launching in Edinburgh on Saturday 12 November, highlighting the little-known human story of refugees living in New Delhi.
Poverty and Homelessness Action Week 2012 aims to challenge barriers of misunderstanding, stigma and injustice resulting from inequality.
'Where there's a wall there's a way' is the catchphrase for a brand new racquet-based sport in Scotland, which the Kirk has been helping to pilot there.
The Occupy London Stock Exchange camp at St Paul's Cathedral plans to set up a welfare programme to assist vulnerable people joining them.
Housing Justice has welcomed news that Westminster Council is dropping its plan to criminalise 'soup runs' for homeless people on the streets.
Over 80 per cent of local authorities questioned in a new survey agree that more guidance is needed to help them accurately estimate local housing requirements.
The UK government is making it harder to challenge state decisions, the chair of the Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council has warned.
A new report from leading housing groups says the Government is failing to deliver on its promises to boost housing supply and protect the vulnerable.
In May 2010 the Government announced that it would end the immigration detention of children, but it is failing to do so says the Children's Society.
Some 86 Irish Traveller families at Dale Farm in Essex still face forced eviction following legal notice from Basildon Council, after a ten year dispute.