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News in Brief 150: June – July 2024
Sophie Dianne June 01 2024

News in Brief by Sophie Dianne

Grand openingThe Museum of Homelessness (MoH) opened its doors to the public for the first time on 24 May. Situated close to Man...

PINT talk
Sophie Dianne June 01 2024

An interview with Cee Star, founder of People in Need Today, a charity delivering outreach services to people experiencing homelessness in London. Interview by Sophie Dianne

People in Need Today (PINT) was established 18 years ago at grassroots level. Since this time the organisation has gained charit...

News in Brief 149: Apr – May 2024
Sophie Dianne April 01 2024

News in Brief by Sophie Dianne

UnsettledFive years after its launch, the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) is experiencing issues, jeopardising millions of people’s ...

News in Brief 147: Dec 2023 – Jan 2024
Sophie Dianne February 01 2024

News in Brief by Sophie Dianne

A Stik statue spotted in Shoreditch, London in January. The artist Stik regularly features in the Pavement and has lived experie...

News in Brief 147: Dec 2023 – Jan 2024
Sophie Dianne December 01 2023

News in Brief by Sophie Dianne

SchadenfraudSuella Braverman really must reconsider her lifestyle choices. Stoking division and hate has led to her losing her j...

Family affair
Sophie Dianne August 01 2023

When a family member is suffering, people can go above and beyond to provide support and succour, even when dealing with their own problems. Story and poem by Sophie Dianne

When your life is so heavily dictated by a mental health disorder, it’s hard to push past it. You’re surviving with constant tun...

Ace up the sleeve
Sophie Dianne June 01 2023

A recently toured play by Cardboard Citizens shows the power and importance of storytelling. By Sophie Dianne

Without the experience, it’s hard to fully comprehend the true complexities of homelessness. Let alone the added complications o...