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Marching to make a difference

April 8th 2015

Fed up of how homeless people are treated? Time to vote with your feet. Protests against the treatment of homeless people are to held around the UK, USA and Canada on 15 April.

The idea for the march came from Dublin resident Darren Bradley, who wanted to see a worldwide protest to raise awareness of homelessness, and try to force governments to take action.

So far, marches are planned in Norwich, Newcastle, Leeds, London, Huddersfield, Manchester, Hull, Brighton, Glasgow, Ireland, Canada and the US.

In Glasgow, the meeting point is Glasgow City Chambers at 2pm. In London, a march will start at Whitehall at 6pm.


April 2015



Upfront: Sanctions

General election special

Children ‘rough sleeping’

The homeless way is Essex

Superhero helps rough sleepers

Stereotypes sell for funders

Marching to make a difference

Stop and search power abuse

Spikes replaced by sprinklers

Austerity? Greeks think again

Advice: rough sleeping


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