Using Evidence to End Homelessness

"A fascinating synthesis of the concerns and challenges facing those working to end homelessness."

Ken Gibb, UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence

How can we use evidence to end homelessness? This new publication gathers the insights and experiences of leaders in government, academia and the third sector to present new evidence-based strategies to end homelessness.

At a time where innovative solutions to the global homelessness crisis are more vital than ever, this book advocates for a new movement that embraces data and evidence to end homelessness sustainably. Using Evidence to End Homelessness marks a step-change in the way we think about homelessness services and prevention.

You can buy Using Evidence to End Homelessness now. Proceeds from the book will be used to build the evidence-led movement in homelessness. It's time we #EndItWithEvidence

Contributors

Stephen Aldridge

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

Jo Bibby

Health Foundation

Jonathan Breckon

Alliance for Useful Evidence

Bob Blackman MP

APPG for Ending Homelessness

Tracey Brown OBE

Sense about Science

Neil Coyle MP

APPG for Ending Homelessness

Dennis Culhane

University of Pennsylvania

Danny Dorling

University of Oxford

Matt Downie MBE

Crisis

Caroline Fiennes

Giving Evidence

Suzanne Fitzpatrick

Heriot-Watt University

David Gough

University College London

Baroness Olly Grender MBE

House of Lords

David Halpern

Cabinet Office and Behavioural Insights Team

Louise Marshall

Health Foundation

Campbell Robb

Nacro, ex-Shelter

Jon Sparkes

Crisis

Emma Taylor-Collins

Wales Centre for Public Policy

Lígia Teixeira

Centre for Homelessness Impact

Dan Treglia

University of Pennsylvania

Julia Unwin DBE

Ex-Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Howard White

Chief Executive Officer of the Campbell Collaboration

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