Open letter to Robert Jenrick MPRead more
More than 60 groups and charities write open letter to Robert Jenrick MP outlining grave concerns for homeless people. MoH…
Back to Work? Our advice for employersRead more
11th May 2020 Understandably, everyone seems confused and worried about #StayAlert #BacktoWork. So we thought it might be useful to share our…
Our response to inquiry into COVID-19 and HomelessnessRead more
Our response to inquiry into COVID-19 and Homelessness On 30th April 2020, Museum of Homelessness, The Magpie Project, The Outside…
Call for submissions to new Dying Homeless memorial siteRead more
The national emergency created by Covid-19 will hit the most vulnerable members of society the hardest. It is in this climate that MoH is launching it’s new memorial site to remember those who have died homeless in the UK.
COVID-19 Homeless Taskforce – 7 days a weekRead more
Since early April, MoH in partnership with Streets Kitchen and the Outside Project has been operating a Homeless Taskforce hub in Islington.
Update – Freelance Community Producer positionRead more
Freelance Community Producer – UPDATE Recently MoH announced that we were recruiting for a freelance community producer to join…
Coronavirus updateRead more
It is with regret that today, Museum of Homelessness is announcing the postponing of all upcoming events including our national vigil to remember those who have died homeless on 25 March.
COVID 19 response for the street homeless population in LondonRead more
On 11 March 2020, Museum of Homelessness working with Streets Kitchen, Islington Council and the Mildmay Hospital called upon the…
Outsiders: Then & NowRead more
Museum of Homelessness launches Outsiders Then and Now, an 18 month creative heritage activism project supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The project is the next step in our joint creative residency with Queerseum at the Outside Project’s Community Centre in Clerkenwell Fire Station.
Truths of the Last 10 Years – events postponedRead more
Truths of the Last 10 Years is a micro exhibition hosted inside the old Fire Station at Clerkenwell. Taking place in the Outside Project’s LGBTQI+ community centre, it has been created by a range of groups and people who have come together to support each other at a time when homelessness is at an all time high. Find out more.