With the click of a button, Britain's homeless crowdfund their way to work
Homelessness has been rising in England for nearly a decade, with over 82,000 families in temporary accommodation, including more than 123,000 children
How to help end homelessness? Catch a train and order coffee
More than 33,000 working families in England do not have a stable place to live
Good eating: Scottish café chain builds village for homeless
"Not just building houses, but building homes, building community."
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Women in Northern Uganda who survived the Lord's Resistance Army's (LRA) rebellion have become master builders as they struggled to rebuild their lives after almost 20 years of war.
'I feel lucky every day' - crowdfunding Britain's homeless into work and homes
Charity Shelter estimates at least 307,000 people are homeless in Britain.
Squatters in upmarket London property spark debate over homeless
"We had to do this to save lives; we had nowhere to take people"
FEATURE-Cities experiment to reduce homelessness with "pay for success" finance
"Within two weeks, I had a place to stay"