See the big picture of evidence in homelessness – what evidence already exists and where are the gaps?
We are working with the Behavioural Insights Team to run a trail using A/B testing to increase the willingness for private landlords to rent to people with experiences of homelessness.
A second addition of our report about global evidence and gap map of effectiveness studies written by Dr. Howard White and Dr. Ashrita Saran
Read about the process and outcome of our training with 20 leaders in the sector.
We’re collaborating with the Office for National Statistics to consult with the sector to get feedback on our strategy and SHARE framework.
We're looking for 2-4 local authorities to join a trial where you get the opportunity to work with us...
To celebrate our 1-year anniversary, we are organising five events in five cities across the UK where we will be discussing...
Building a common vision for a new national data system for street homelessness in Scotland. In this post we describe our engagement and approach...
We believe that by combining the heart and the head – by all of us applying data and reason to our work – we can turn our good intentions into lasting impact. It'll require building and using robust evidence of what works, but the Centre's here to help make that shift impactful and accessible to everyone who works in and around the sector.
The Centre is joining forces with the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) to improve the effectiveness of homelessness services by applying - and rigorously evaluating - behavioural science methods.
The creation of the new Centre was preceded by the publication of this Crisis and GHN report, which showed that there was support for the initiative and that it was possible to deliver it. Read more