Supporting women experiencing homelessness

Monday, 3 December 2018

National conference that will share gendered multi-agency approaches to providing holistic support to women.

Young street homeless woman
Photography by Elizabeth Pennington

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About the event

The number of women experiencing homelessness is at its highest level since 2010. With more women accessing homelessness services the need for a gendered multi-agency approach to providing support to these women is intensifying.

This national conference aims to bring together the sectors and agencies who have the power to change outcomes for women experiencing homelessness, and through their leadership and action, can change responses to women who far too often fall through the gaps in provision and are left in a destructive cycle of homelessness and trauma. This conference will showcase the pioneering work happening at a local level to overcome these barriers to accessing effective cross-sector support and start a national dialogue on what this approach looks like for women experiencing homelessness who are multiply disadvantaged.

Conference programme

Thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal for a workshop. A full conference programme is now available here.

Event venue

Hamilton House
Mabledon Place

Hamilton House is located within easy access to Euston and King's Cross stations. Please click here for a map and directions to the venue.

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Kate Alaway

Kate Alaway

Head of member services

Kate is our head of member services managing the team who work directly with our members across England.

Telephone: 020 7840 4461
Twitter: @connectingkate

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