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Result 41–50

  • Is interculturalism the answer to growing diversity?


    Not surprisingly, he sees one of these as being policies to promote community cohesion (of which he is an advocate), although he is critical that they haven’t gone far enough. He also points to the growth of mixed identity (notably in the form of

  • Welsh Housing Review 2014 Subscription

    18/09/2014Policy and practice

    The links between domestic abuse and housing management issues are becoming clearer137 as can be seen from recent research at Bron Afon Housing on the links between, for example, domestic abuse and increased levels of arrears and antisocial

  • Response to Community Empowerment Scotland Bill Consultation

    20/01/2015Policy and practice

    We are confident that equality and human rights issues are adequately summarised in the policy memorandum.

  • Don't accept the world as it is


    It’s enough to make you turn to drink, which reminds me…Scottish brewery Brew Dog – brewers of my favourite beer, Punk IPA – have launched a new double IPA 8.2% beer called ‘Hello, My Name Is Vladimir Putin’. The label features a

  • CIH Level 3 Diploma in Housing Practice (QCF)

    18 May 2012Qualifications

    CIH Level 3 Diploma in Housing Practice (QCF) This qualification will provide you with a broader knowledge and understanding of key areas in delivering housing services, focused on the practice issues directly affecting frontline housing roles. It is

  • Providing Gypsy and Traveller Sites Contentious Spaces


    Providing Gypsy and Traveller Sites Contentious Spaces Local authorities are now required to undertake Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessments and, where a need for more pitches and sites is established, to incorporate these into Local

  • Understanding legislation and challenging negative social attitudes with e-learning courses


    Understanding Gypsy and Irish Traveller identity in society The understanding Gypsy and Irish Traveller identity in society course takes a look at the past and present issues faced by these communities and looks to proactively reduce prejudice

  • CIH Scotland submission on the SHR's regulatory review

    29/03/2018Policy and practice

    2.3 Other aspects of our current Framework Question 22: Are there other changes that you think we should make to these aspects of the Framework? No comment 2.4 Equalities Question 23: Would our emerging approach help to promote and encourage equal

  • Time for housing to be recognised as a human right


    Time for housing to be recognised as a human right Three leading housing organisations in Wales are calling for the right to housing to be recognised in Welsh law. Tai Pawb, CIH Cymru and Shelter Cymru launched a jointly-commissioned report looking

  • Private renting and mental health: a way forward

    20/02/2019Policy and practice

    Representatives from the PRS should be included in the governance structures of the Supporting People programme to increase the housing related support for private rented sector tenants with mental health problems Involvement of private sector