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Four in ten people in Britain live in homes which fail to meet the 'Living Home Standard' – a new measure of what makes an acceptable home, developed as part of ground-breaking new research released on 17 October 2016
Six in 10 women do not have homes to go to on release from prison, a new report published by the Prison Reform Trust and Women in Prison has found.
The impact of new and existing laws on private renting in Scotland is the main theme of a high-level conference taking place in Edinburgh.
Ekklesia is delighted to be involved in more events and discussions than ever before at the 216 Greenbelt Festival, which brings Christians and others together to look at how the world is being, an
The Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) has issued an Economic
Watching the Queen’s Speech was like observing the behaviour of an absentee landlord
This month Ekklesia has chosen to publish Foxes Have Holes: Christian reflections on Britain's housing need as part of its ongoing r
Last night (14 April 2016) Ekklesia was proud to launch our second book Foxes Have Holes: Christian reflections on Britain’s housing need at Manchester Cathedral in partnership with Housing Justice.
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A world leading interfaith initiative aimed at creating a practical ethical financial solution will move a step closer today (24 October 2016) at...
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