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Our events bring together experts, practitioners and people with lived experience to share the best knowledge and creative thinking on homelessness to understand what works. We hold regular events to support our releases throughout the year as well as our flagship event, the biannual Impact Forum.
Upcoming events
Evidence notes: welfare and single homelessness

Drop in for a chat about our third Evidence Notes paper on welfare and single homelessness with our data and evidence team on Wednesday 8 December, 9 - 9:45am GMT.

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What Works Community End of Year Celebration

Join us at 11am - 12:30pm GMT on Tuesday 14 December to celebrate the achievements of What Works Community colleagues across the UK.

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Evidence notes: immigration status

Join us at 9 - 9:45am GMT on Wednesday 15 December for a chat about our fourth Evidence Notes paper on homelessness and immigration status with our data and evidence team

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Impact forum

Our next one-day Impact Forum will be held on 27 January, 2022, taking place in-person in Glasgow at the University of Strathclyde and online. This year's event theme is 'A defining moment for homelessness. Can we build on the successes and innovations of the pandemic or will we revert to business as usual?' The programme will be announced shortly. Book your tickets on the link below.

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Catch up on past events
Standards of evidence
At this event, held in partnership with the Alliance for Useful Evidence, we discussed standards of evidence in homelessness and asked participants which barriers and facilitators to evidence production and use they encounter in their work.
Better data, better results
This video was taken at the last meeting of the advisory group for our options appraisal on a new national data and monitoring system for street homelessness for the Scottish Government.
The HRA: one year on
On 2nd April 2019, we joined forces with Solace and the District Councils Network to bring together Local Authority leads from across England to mark the anniversary of the implementation of the Homelessness Reduction Act and identify 5 opportunities for evidence and data to be used to improve outcomes.
Engaging with people working to end homelessness in Glasgow
As part of our options appraisal for the Scottish Government on a national data and monitoring system for street homelessness, we spoke with people working in planning, commissioning and the provision of services (both statutory and non-statutory), outreach workers and people with lived experience. This is some of what we heard in Glasgow.
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