Author archive for Jessica Turtle

  • 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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  • Mar122019

    Dying Homeless Project

    The Dying Homeless Project is a long-term project that remembers the stories and lives of people who die homeless in the UK. As well as being a memorial the project is also an ongoing campaign for change.

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  • Feb192019

    The Build Up Day – 23 Feb

    Team MoH will be sharing it’s work at the Wellcome Collection on Saturday 23 February during the Build Up day,…

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  • Dec182018

    Reflections on 2018

    In the last month, the BBC has aired its documentary exploring the rise of notions of ‘fake homelessness’ and punishment-led…

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  • Nov262018

    Manchester 2018-19

    Throughout 2018, MoH has been working across Greater Manchester with events, exhibitions and large scale productions to highlight rising homelessness…

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  • Sep172018

    Streetsfest, a review – Sept 18

    This month, Paul Atherton takes over Jimmy’s Corner with a reflection on the recent Streetsfest – a gathering of groups…

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  • Aug282018

    Man on Bench Fairytale

    Immersive Opera Brings Life, Death and Second Chances to Mayfield Depot at 3pm on 18 November Five years ago, David…

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  • Jul312018

    An unadulterated view of sleeping rough on the streets of London – Aug 18

    This month we are delighted to have singer, guitarist and author of Poems from a Runaway Ben Westwood contributing to…

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  • Jul252018

    Objectified

    Objectified is an interactive exhibition and project that explores the hidden causes of homelessness and the science behind how people…

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  • Jul172018

    Time for Change 2 – July 18

    Back in January we last published on Jimmy’s Corner writing that it was time for change in 2018. Six months…

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