We help generate a wide range of evidence required to effectively address the complex systems that influence homelessness.We improve the reliability of the evidence and data available and put it at people’s fingertips
We work alongside leaders working towards ending homelessness to help them harness the power of data and evidence to maximise the positive impact of limited resources.
We create a learning culture and help policy-makers, practitioners and funders ask difficult questions and act promptly on the best knowledge available.
Building the evidence of the policies, practices and programmes that achieve the most effective results to improve the lives of people who are homeless or at risk.
Building the capacity needed to act promptly on the best knowledge available to improve decisions and help limited resources go further.
Using evidence-led communications to change the conversation around homelessness, challenging stereotypes, and making sure that homelessness is not a defining factor in anyone’s life.
Improving tenancy sustainment in the private rented sector
Our Head of Evidence and Data, Guillermo Rodríguez-Guzmán highlights the multiple opportunities ahead to improve tenancy sustainment in the PRS from our latest report with the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research.
Tackling tenancy insecurity in the private rented sector to prevent homelessness – what works?
Our latest report with the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) highlights that more could be done within the Private Rented Sector to prevent homelessness.