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Independent consultancy for the homelessness sector

We specialise in the following areas:

  • housing and homelessness
  • multiple and complex needs
  • partnerships and coproduction
  • systems change
  • policy influencing
  • qualitative and quantitative methods of research and evaluation
  • interviews, workshops, focus groups, research training, and surveys
  • data analysis and report writing.

br-research focuses on projects that:

  • contribute to ending street homelessness
  • bring about systems change
  • involve collaboration and partnership
  • promote social inclusion and tackle disadvantage
  • seek practical solutions to improve services and policy, and empower citizens
  • work in creative and innovative ways to test ideas
    and bring about change.

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Sarah Everard is trending again... While Owami Davies has still not been found, she was last seen 7th July, London Road, Croydon. The lack of coverage is outrageous. Her face should be everywhere!! #FindOwamiDavies

Owami Davies, a 24-year-old student nurse from Essex has been missing for over a month, she was last seen in Croydon. There is a lack of media coverage, so please share to spread the word and get her home #OwamiDavies #StudentNurse

We had a brilliant meeting with @magpieprojectuk @ShelterLDN @CardinalHumeCHC to kick off the expansion of the Temporary Accommodation Action Groups into London!

Read all about our plan for this new project and the London-based role we're recruiting for: https://www.justlife.org.uk/news/2022/justlife-is-coming-to-london-a-new-project-aimed-at-finding-solutions-for-people-living-in-temporary-accommodation-in-london

Atlas blog 🔦 Atlas Borough Spotlight : Lewisham

@rice_becky & Jon Scarth explore the Atlas borough map for Lewisham to look in depth at the local services provided for people experiencing rough sleeping

Please Retweet 🙏 #lewisham #homelessnessservices

https://lhf.org.uk/blog/atlas-borough-spotlight-lewisham

Anyone on my feed works in a charity and feels like it is hard to retain data professionals in your staff? If so what do you think is the cause? Salaries?

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