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July-Aug 2019 : INVISIBLE YOUTH

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Double Crisis

Newcastle-upon-Tyne is thousands of miles away from the American city of Trenton, New Jersey, but both cities struggle with a similar issue: homelessness. How do these cities look after people rough sleeping? Report by Jared Kofsky

NEWS IN BRIEF 121: July-August 2019
News in brief written by Jake Cudsi.
News Photostories 121: July - August 2019
Photostories from the Pavement team.

Features

Act now

Meet the people running Act Now, a performing arts programme for young people, writes Ian Kalman

Dice life
Students Jiaqi Li and Bowen use interactive storytelling to get people thinking differently about youth homelessness
Find your safety net
Who helps when you’re suddenly homeless? Report by Nicola Baird
Reasons to be cheerful

Where do you go when you are suddenly homeless? At writing workshops run by the Pavement we asked young people at New Horizon day centre in King’s Cross and the Pilion Trust in Islington, which runs the Crashpad youth shelter, to share ideas about how to pass time safely until life gets better again.

Stay upbeat when life gives you lemons
"Find a positive attitude. It's helpful because every day you'll face ups and downs. Don't give up."
Temporary model
London Festival of Architecture in June wasn’t just about showstopper buildings.

Information

Ask Us: Whats in your bag?
Answers from The Pavement Magazine Facebook page
Drink Up
1,001 ways to stay hydrated by James Quigley
I'm still standing
Top tips for knee to toe care over the summer, by Legs Matter champion Dr Jemell Geraghty
It's a crime

The first target of the Labour Homelessness Campaign is repeal of the 1824 Vagrancy Act which criminalises the poor, writes Jacqueline Messih

Missing People 121: July-Aug 2019

Opinion

Being young isn't easy
In this youth issue Deputy Editor Mat Amp shares his own “too much too young” experiences
Doorstep lessons
Melanie Onn, Labour MP for Great Grimsby discusses being homeless with Sarah Hough
I am the person you do not see
Poem by Helena Sparks
Read all about it
There’s no normal when you lose your home. This piece by Matthew Hobbs is inspired by the recovery theme of our last issue (Issue 120)
They're always wrong

Poem by HY

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