Author archive for Jessica Turtle

  • May202021

    Our next Death Cafe event – 07 July

    Our regular Death cafe events providing a safe and confidential space for people to talk about death takes place on 7th July 2021.

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  • May042021

    Impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on homelessness

    The pandemic has brought huge changes for people affected by homelessness. In April 2021 we created a report for the HEAR equality network sharing what we have believe to be the impact of coronavirus on homelessness, both good and bad.

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  • Apr292021

    We are recruiting for trustees!

    Museum of Homelessness is at an exciting stage in its development and we are seeking new trustees to support our transition to the next phase. This is an opportunity to shape and nurture a 21st century museum with community at its heart.

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  • Apr192021

    A new creative season for Museum of Homelessness

    Museum of Homelessness is delighted to announce our creative season for 2021 – Reframe the Narrative.The season will run to March 2022 and is funded by the National Lottery Heritage fund. 
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  • Apr082021

    Museum of Homelessness announces flat pay structure

    Museum of Homelessness has become an employer and is proud to announce a flat pay structure

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  • Mar262021

    Welcome to our new producer for our next creative heritage project Reframe the Narrative

    We are absolutely delighted to welcome Chloe Todd Fordham to the Museum of Homelessness team as our Producer, funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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  • Mar112021

    Museum of Homelessness secures 2020 Award for Civic Arts Organisations

    Museum of Homelessness has been named as one of four organisations to receive the Award for Civic Arts Organisations, a joint initiative between the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Kings College London.

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  • Mar052021

    Museum of Homelessness announces Project Fortify for 2021, funded by the Isla Foundation

    In 2021 Museum of Homelessness will research and challenge toxic narratives and behaviour around homelessness and migration. Our museum is not neutral.

    Project Fortify is a direct support, investigation and campaigning response in solidarity with people who are homeless in London, supported by the Isla Foundation. In particular but not exclusively we will work with people who are not British nationals including ‘unsettled’ EU nationals who face significant risk in 2021.

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  • Feb222021

    Homeless deaths spiked by a more than a third in 2020

    New research by the Museum of Homelessness has revealed a frightening increase in the number of people dying while homeless – despite efforts to save lives in the pandemic.

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  • Jan202021

    We are recruiting – Freelance Producer

    We are looking for freelance producer to join the MoH team from March 2021 to March 2022 to support delivery…

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