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February – March 2024 : The little things

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All mouth - Groundswell health update

Tips and advice from Groundswell staff on how to look after your mouth health

Issue 148: Missing People

Missing People appeal for February – March 2024


Budget woes

An update on what the Scottish Budget means for the country’s spiralling housing crisis. Spoiler: it’s not good. By Olivia Boyce

International emergency
Why solving homelessness needs to be a priority for politicians across the globe, why it isn't one now – and how it can become one. By Eric Protein Moseley
News in Brief 147: Dec 2023 – Jan 2024

News in Brief by Sophie Dianne


Guideline guidance

Exploring why we need a Universal Homeless Charter and where charities go wrong with their volunteer guidelines. By Mat Amp

Little things lead to change

How the little things we do to support people experiencing homelessness can lead to big changes for the better. Words on outreach, attitudes and fighting divisive rhetoric, by Emdad Rahman

Small things, big impact

On the importance of the small stuff, and how these little acts can produce big change and have a positive impact on numerous levels. By Leon Eckford

Take a moment

How a stranger’s kindness had our writer reflecting on moments in the past and looking forward to moments in the future. By Greta Gillett.


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Your voice

Issue 148: Comics

This issue's comics from our brilliant artists.

Nanotech adventures

Can some new technology help our reporter solve the seemingly impossible puzzle of time? A riveting blend of ‘Anarcho-nonsense’ and dedicated field reportage, by Chris Sampson

Word on the street

A poignant poem, titled Aliens, on how people experiencing homelessness are so often made to feel other, or alien. By Jason Electricity