Author archive for Tess Hudak

  • Feb212018

    MoH Annual Review 2016-17

    We are delighted to be able to share our first ever Annual Review and offer a big thanks to all of our…

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  • Feb062018

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What can you expect if you’re homeless and ask your local council for help? Frequently Asked Questions, is an ongoing…

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  • Feb062018

    State of the Nation

    Every Christmas a spotlight is put on homeless that soon fades. But homelessness is something that happens year round. Rough…

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  • Jan182018

    26 Jan: Explore the Creative Revival of Squatting with Established Beyond

    Throughout 2017, Museum of Homelessness has been presenting State of the Nation around the UK to ask the questions that matter about homelessness today.…

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  • Jan122018

    Time for Change – Jan 18

    Time for Change in 2018 (5 minute read) In 2017, Bob Blackman MP spearheaded the passing of the April 2017…

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  • Dec212017

    A Year in Pictures

    As 2017 draws to a close we are reflecting on our our first year, a year which has included our…

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  • Nov072017

    Jimmys Bench

    It is difficult to believe that nine months have passed since our dear friend and colleague Jimmy passed so suddenly. Though those…

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  • Nov072017

    The Self in the City – Nov 17

    This blog by Donna Hayter expresses concerns about a hostility directed at vulnerable people, especially those experiencing homelessness, through government…

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  • Oct112017

    This Stuff Matters!

    This Stuff Matters (09 December, 2pm to 5pm) Sitting in a lock-up somewhere in London is a hidden history of…

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  • Sep222017

    Can Art Change Homelessness?

    CAN ART CHANGE HOMELESSNESS? Can art change homelessness? What difference does culture make? Given everything that is happening, would our…

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