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Hundreds of churches across Enfland, Scotland and Wales took part in Homeless Sunday on 18th January 2015.
Housing Justice is the national voice for Christian action on housing and homelessness. On Thursday evening (24 July 2014) they are holding a guided walk and social event in Bermondsey, to which all are invited.
Housing Justice has launched a new national good practice standard for Night Shelters, the Housing Justice Quality Mark at Carrs Lane Church in Birmingham.
Churches' homelessness organisation Housing Justice is calling for Churches to speak out about the need for more housing.
“Channel 4’s Benefits Street programme shows why we need to stand alongside people in poverty," says the Director of Church Action on Poverty.
Poverty and Homelessness Action Week 2014 will focus on the work of its partners - Scottish Churches Housing Action, Church Action on Poverty, and Housing Justice.
Housing Justice, a national Christian housing and homelessness charity, has held the first ever National Night Shelters Conference.
Housing Minister Mark Prisk was among those joining representatives from churches and housing organisations from all over the country this week.
Housing Justice has launched a new campaign website where people facing welfare cuts tell their stories of hardship and coping with the changes.
Churches across Britain are marking a national week of action by speaking out against the social exclusion of people who are poor or homeless.
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