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The Kerslake Commission, of which @rickviews was part of the steering group for, has published its interim report.

We unreservedly welcome the recommendations to build on the success of Everyone In and help the government meet its target of ending rough sleeping by 2024.

Inside Housing@insidehousing

Ministers must maintain ‘Everyone In’ spending to end rough sleeping by 2024, research finds #ukhousing

"We must not lose that momentum as we transition from lockdown", says @SteveDouglasCBE.

The #KerslakeCommission has published its interim report examining the lessons from the emergency response to rough sleeping during #COVID19.

@jemmacrew @standardnews

Today, the #KerslakeCommission is launching its interim report calling on the government to learn lessons from Everyone In and increase investment in homelessness services to avoid a surge in rough sleeping.

Read the report 👉

🗣️The #KerslakeCommission highlights how the needs of women were not met during #EveryoneIn. Homelessness is a gendered issue, which requires a gendered policy response. Lets put action into words and #DeliverForWomen Read the report here👇🏾

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Expert Citizens Mission Statement

 The Expert Citizens aim is for every agency in Stoke on Trent to learn to listen to the voices of people with support needs and to change their services so they are appropriate.

The Expert Citizens aim is for every person with support needs to be offered new hope and support until they have journeyed to where they aspire to be.

Seeing the results of these changes, society at large will learn to empathise with people with support needs.