Author archive for Tess Hudak

  • Nov062019

    Standing in Solidarity

    MoH has signed this letter put together by our friends at the Public Interest Law Centre, Liberty, Migrant Rights Network…

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  • Nov052019

    Frequently Asked Questions by Anthony Luvera & Gerald McLaverty

    If you were homeless, where would you go for help? Frequently Asked Questions, a new exhibition by artist Anthony Luvera in collaboration with Gerald…

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  • Oct042019

    Shock to the System – A special event

    Museum of Homelessness will share some it’s object stories at this special event. Organised by Streets Kitchen, the event marks World Homeless Week and will take place on 13 October, 3-6pm at the Union Chapel in London.

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  • Oct012019

    We Need You!

    We are seeking Allies and Champions. Become a regular supporter of our work to help us provide more creative paid work, bursaries, mentoring and training for people affected by homelessness, continue our independent, research driven projects and grow and care for MoH’s collection and archive.

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  • Oct012019

    Our response to the ONS statistics on deaths of people who are homeless in 2018

    The Memorial Card, 2018  Our response to the ONS statistics on deaths of homeless people in 2018. On 14 August…

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  • Sep302019

    Memorial for Shannon Barlow

    We remember with love Shannon Barlow, at the request of her family. Shannon died in London on 2nd January, she…

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  • Aug142019

    Shocking new statistics – The Dying Homeless Project

    Our investigation for January to June 2019 has revealed that a person affected by homelessness is dying every 19 hours.…

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  • Aug022019

    MoH announces creative residency!

    The Museum of Homelessness (MoH) and Queerseum are delighted to announce a joint creative residency which will begin in the autumn…

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  • Jun242019

    A statement made by MoH to MPs of all parties as part of Evidence Week at the House of Commons on 24th June 2019.

    In the last few months Team MoH has been busy recording the names and stories of those who die homeless.…

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  • May242019

    This Stuff Matters – Now closed

    This Stuff Matters at St Martin-in-the-Fields There is a hidden history of homelessness in the UK that shines a light…

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