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  • Frontline Futures : Resilience at the Front Line

    19 September 2014, 9:30 - 16:00, EdinburghTraining

    Frontline Futures : Resilience at the Front Line Description Frontline housing staff are under increasing pressure, welfare reform has meant a significantly changing role for many, the ability to face up to, and overcome, difficult or challenging

  • Child poverty plan needs more focus on housing

    16/04/2018News

    We must end the experience of children living for prolonged period in temporary accommodation or in overcrowded homes. We must ensure that every child lives in a home that is safe, accessible, warm, dry, structurally sound, quiet, and has adequate

  • CIH Scotland comments on child poverty delivery plan

    29/03/2018News

    CIH Scotland comments on child poverty delivery plan The Scottish Government has announced that increasing family incomes and reducing living costs will be prioritised through the Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan. Commenting on the announcement,

  • Good Practice Compendium 2013

    02/12/2013Policy and practice

    029 2085 8185 E: greg.england@unitedwelsh.com18 Welsh Housing Awards 2013 | Good Practice Compendium Chelsea Avenue Lead organisation: Valleys to Coast Housing Partner organisation: Bellway Homes Wales The Chelsea Avenue regeneration scheme aspired

  • How to tackle child poverty - April 2014

    16/04/2014Policy and practice

    How to tackle child poverty There are 3.5 million children living in poverty in the UK today. That’s 27 per cent of children living in the UK (CPAG 2013). This ‘How to’ briefing will look at different ways in which housing can support better

  • Webinar video: Think Family – the role of housing providers in the Troubled Families agenda Subscription

    02/04/2014News

    Webinar video: Think Family – the role of housing providers in the Troubled Families agenda Find out more about the CIH member exclusive webinar with Lisa Martinali, Community Regeneration Director and Michelle Wilkins, Support Services Manager

  • Rising Stars 2013: The campaigns are taking shape

    13/05/2013News

    Rising Stars 2013: The campaigns are taking shape The latest blogs from Rising Stars 2013 finalists Catherine Attenborough, Peter Bond and Sarah Morton give us further insight into their campaigns. The three finalists of this year's Rising Stars

  • Rising Star Peter Bond: Campaign update

    13/05/2013News

    I’m still learning the ropes on Twitter but please give me a follow @petebond7 and I’ll do my best to keep you updated on the competition. On 8 April 2013 I received an email from CIH providing a detailed overview of the tasks and events that I

  • Another opportunity for social housing providers: The changing school environment

    13/05/2013News

    Such preventative approaches are of increasing importance. Social housing providers can form youth action groups, fulfilling schools' statutory objectives and engaging young tenants. These groups will consult with their peers, identify priorities,

  • A Rising Star’s top tips for communicating effectively with young people

    13/05/2013News

    Dress as a slightly less formal version of yourself When I asked one of Catalyst’s youth engagement practitioners what I should wear to the youth forum, he looked me up and down, taking in my Thomas Pink shirt and suit, pursed his lips and thought