Influencing local authorities on accommodation | The Greater Manchester Homelessness Prevention Strategy
Part of the Stronger voice project, this case study compliments an online recording of an expert seminar on The Greater Manchester Homelessness Prevention Strategy and influencing policymakers to improve accommodation support for people leaving the criminal justice system.
Clinks facilitated an event on behalf of the Ministry of Justice to update the voluntary sector working in criminal justice about the plans for the Residential Women’s Centre (RWC) pilots announced in the Female Offender Strategy.
Clinks response: Home Office consultation on strengthening police powers to tackle unauthorised encampments
This response sets out our concerns of the Home Office’s proposals to criminalise unauthorised encampments.
HM Inspectorate of Probation’s thematic inspection of probation work on accommodation services for people in contact with the criminal justice system
The response shows that there is both a clear lack of appropriate accommodation for people in the criminal justice system and many significant practical barriers in the way of people trying to access what is available.
Clinks response to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s tackling homelessness together consultation
Clinks has responded to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s tacking homelessness together consultation.
A paper that calls for the Ministry of Justice to develop and lead a cross-departmental accommodation strategy.