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The support priorities of multiply excluded homeless people and their compatibility with support agency agendas: new research into multiple exclusion homelessness

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JournalHousing, Care and Support
DatePublished - 2011
Issue number1
Volume14
Number of pages2
Pages (from-to)31-32
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Purpose
– This paper aims to throw light on the value of accommodation and support services and the likely consequences of their withdrawal.

Design/methodology/approach
– Research was completed by a team of researchers from Nottingham Trent and Salford Universities under the Multiple Exclusion Homelessness programme funded by CLG, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Findings
– Agencies whose priorities are influenced by other agendas arising from statutory limitations or government targets have conflicting priorities that sustain multiple exclusion homelessness in a number of key circumstances.

Originality/value
– Findings from this research will enable policy‐makers and practitioners to take better account of service user perspectives, experiences and priorities.

    Research areas

  • HOMELESSNESS, EXCLUSION, RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITY

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